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– 9:09 – Miguel Ángel López seals overall victory at Vuelta a San Juan
– 10:35- Egan Bernal’s European racing schedule will not suffer any setbacks after Vuelta a San Juan abandon
02:35:24 Egan Bernal’s European racing schedule will not face setbacks after Vuelta a San Juan abandon
Egan Bernal was forced to abandon the Vuelta a San Juan due to knee pain, although Ineos Grenadiers management have said it will not change plans for the Colombian for later this season.After a strong showing on the stage won by Miguel Angel Lopez, Bernal abandoned just kilometres into the penultimate stage due to knee pain.According to Cyclingnews , Ineos Grenadiers then moved quickly to clarify that the pain was not a lingering effect of last year’s horrendous training crash , but instead caused by a minor fall on the opening day of the race.“Egan fell in the same crash as Quinn Simmons on the first stage,” director sportif Xabier Zandio said ahead of Sunday’s final stage.“He fell, but it wasn’t so bad at the time, it was a pretty light blow to his left knee. For the first day, he had a […]
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