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26 Sep 2020 18:15
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen's to return home to continue his recovery from the facial injuries he suffered during a crash on the first stage of the Tour of Poland

    Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen's to return home to continue his recovery from the facial injuries he suffered during a crash on the first stage of the Tour of Poland


    He collided with a barrier after getting cut off during an 80km/h sprint for the finish.

    Jakobsen was initially placed in a medically-induced coma and endured five hours of surgical panelbeating.

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