Boom continues comeback from heart surgery at Volta Limburg Classic

Lars Boom on the front of the stage 2 breakaway at Paris-Nice

LottoNL-Jumbo has confirmed Lars Boom will return to racing at the Volta Limburg Classic Saturday. Boom had successful heart surgery for cardiac arrhythmia in January and made his season debut at Paris-Nice . The 32-year-old was a DNS on stage 4 of Paris-Nice and has been forced to skip the Flemish classics as a result. Boom though has been ruled fit for the 1.1 Volta Limburg Classic and will make his debut in the Dutch race. "I'm happy that I can race again," Boom said. "The most important thing in this race is to see what my heart rate will do. I'm in shape. But during extreme efforts, my heart doesn't reach the heart rate it should. I hope this race will provide the right peak." Boom won't be placing any expectations on his results at the race, explaining he simply wants to test himself again in the peloton. "That's ...

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