Gesink angry at the lack of intervention of the UCI during the dangerous first stage of the Tour de France


Robert Gesink of Jumbo-Visma criticized the UCI for not intervening in the wet and dangerous first stage of the Tour de France in Nice on Saturday, with a large number of riders crashing, and Rafael Valls of Bahrain McLaren was finding himself with a broken femur and John Degenkolb of Lotto Soudal also out of the race after finishing out of time following a fall.“Apparently it was not dangerous and spectacular enough for the UCI. In my opinion, the latest crash is their responsibility, ”Gesink told the Dutch channel. WE, according to the cycling website Flash bike Saturday evening.


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