Groenewegen Reportedly Facing Nine-Month Suspension For Poland Sprint Crash

Supported by According to Wielerflits, Jumbo-Visma’s Dylan Greoenwegen is facing a lengthy suspension for his actions in the sprint on the opening stage of the Tour of Poland, which left fellow Dutch sprinter Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) seriously injured. Wielerflits reports that the UCI is set to announce a punishment for Groenewegen this week following a decision from … The post Groenewegen reportedly facing nine-month suspension for Poland sprint crash appeared first on CyclingTips .

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