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Cavendish leaves the Tour de France, after the fall caused by Peter Sagan at 70 km / hour

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Cavendish, the active cyclist with the most Tour victories (30) has suffered a fracture of the right clavicle due to yesterday's incident

The British Sprinter Mark Cavendish has had to withdraw from Tour de Francia after the fall suffered last Tuesday in the arrival at Vittel, caused by a maneuver by world champion Peter Sagan that led to the expulsion of the Slovakian cyclist.

The Tour has decided to expel Peter Sagan, great figure of world cycling and winner of the last five years of the green jersey, due to the incident that occurred yesterday that forced Cavendish to withdraw from the test.

Video of the fall

Sprint comparison / comparaison - Sagan… by tourdefrance


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