3 riders drop out of the Tour de France
The 109th Tour de France has to complain about its first three failures before stage six. Austrian Michael Google and Australian Jack Haig were forced to retire on Wednesday during the magnificent cobbled stage between Lille and Arenberg. It was especially difficult for Gogl, who, in addition to breaking his collarbone, also suffered a broken pelvis and iliac, and is scheduled to have surgery in Herentals, Belgium. Italian Daniel Oss also announced Thursday that he will leave the field before the start of the longest stage, 219.9 km in length, of this year’s Tour de France, from Binche to Longueuil.
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