There was a combined response from the biking world to the information that Dylan Groenwegen has been suspended for 9 months by the UCI.
Jakobsen just lately posted on social media that he hopes to return to coaching on a motorcycle quickly as he continues to recuperate from the accidents suffered within the highspeed crash on the Tour of Poland, though he’s additionally set to bear extra surgical procedure in 2021.
And, responding to the information of Groenwegen nine-month back-dated ban for his half within the crash, Jumbo-Visma launched a press release saying they’re “relieved” to see the disciplinary case attain a conclusion.
“It was a crash the place the severity of the implications was unfathomable. Now that the disciplinary case has been concluded, we are able to begin wanting ahead once more. We are going to try this along with Dylan,” stated supervisor Richard Plugge.
“We’re relieved that there’s now perspective and readability. We want Fabio Jakobsen the identical. The encouraging studies about his restoration do us good.”
Nevertheless, the period of Groenewegen’s ban has not been universally properly obtained within the biking world.
Under is simply a number of the response to the ban, with many arguing that there ought to be better give attention to the protection procedures put in place by race organisers and the UCI’s ethical duty in direction of the incident.
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