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Further examinations and a scan in the hospital of Herentals concluded that Greipel has three broken ribs which need further recovery and so he won’t be able to race for at least ten days.

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15.03.2016 @ 06:30 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Lotto Soudal have provided the following update on their injured riders. Most notably, André Greipel will have to skip Milan-Sanremp.

 

André Greipel abandoned Paris-Nice during the fifth stage. Greipel has a rib injury, which he incurred during a crash in the Volta ao Algarve. The German had too many troubles in the ‘Race to the Sun’, despite a third place in stage four. Further examinations and a scan in the hospital of Herentals concluded that he has three broken ribs which need further recovery and so Greipel won’t be able to race for at least ten days.

 

Marcel Sieberg was able to train well after his illness and he’ll participate in Nokere Koerse.

 

Jelle Wallays crashed during the Volta ao Algarve. He didn’t race last week so he could fully recover. He’ll also participate in Nokere Koerse.

 

Jens Debusschere suffers a rib injury, which he incurred during a crash in Strade Bianche. Debusschere is riding in Tirreno-Adriatico, there he’ll create the further basis for the Spring Classics. He doesn’t have too much pain anymore.

 

Greg Henderson has a perineal injury and won’t be able to race the following weeks.

 

Stig Broeckx carefully started to train last week on his indoor training system after he was hit by a motor driver during Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. He had among other a fractured collarbone and a rib injury. During the coming week, Broeckx will try to train on the road again.

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