Rivera avoids broken bones in Tour of Flanders crash

Coryn Rivera (Sunweb) crashed at Tour of Flanders and didn't finish

Coryn Rivera ’s Tour of Flanders came to an abrupt end after she crashed on an early cobbled sector. The 2017 winner avoided any broken bones but was left with a painful elbow that eventually forced her to step off the bike. Walking through the centre of Oudenaarde, watching the women’s race on her phone as it reached its crescendo, Rivera had her right arm in a sling. She told Cyclingnews that it was just a precaution and that she hoped they would be able to get to the source of the pain soon so that she would be ready for the Ardennes Classics in two weeks’ time. “I went to the hospital here [In Oudenaarde -ed] and nothing is broken, but something is definitely not right. We’ll just keep looking into it and try to get it back to 100 per cent,” she told Cyclingnews . “Hopefully it’s not ...

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