D'Hoore Recovered From Broken Collarbone In Time To Start Ovo Energy Women's Tour

Belgian champion Jolien D'Hoore (Mitchelton-Scott)

Jolien D'hoore will return to racing at the OVO Energy Women's Tour that starts on Wednesday in Great Britain. She was sidelined from racing after breaking her collarbone in May but says she that she has fully recovered and is ready to support her teammates at the 13th round of the Women's WorldTour. "I'm already happy and relieved to be back so quickly. I could do some long rides over the last week but no intensity yet so I'm a bit in the dark with where I am with my shape," D'hoore said. "For sure it will be hard for me racing such a high-level race with riders on form, but I have to realise that I need this to come back even stronger after my injury and I am looking forward to it." The Belgian road champion had a strong spring campaign, winning the inaugural Driedaagse de Panne, before ...

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