Fan che tiene il cartello provoca un enorme incidente durante la prima tappa del Tour de France

Dai loro concorrenti alla gestione dell'energia, I corridori del Tour de France hanno molto di cui preoccuparsi per le strade.

Così, quando un fan ha invaso le strade, ha avuto effetti prevedibilmente disastrosi.
During the first stage of the famous cycling race, a fan stepped in front of the racing pack holding a cardboard sign, appearing to display a message for the television cameras.
    With not enough time to get out the way, German cyclist Tony Martin collided with the spectator, leading to a domino effect involving a large number of riders.
        Svizzera's Marc Hirschi lies on the side of the road after crashing in the Tour de France.

        It led to the first withdrawal of the race as Jasha Sütterlin of Team DSM was forced to pull out with an injury.
        Il 2012 Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins said he had no sympathy for the fan involved.
          They’re part and parcel of the spectacle of the Tour de France,” lui detto Eurosport. “E quest'anno, in particolare, being able to come back onto the route and watch it. I don’t know how you police it.
          The crash affected the race massively, with it taking almost 25 kilometers for the peloton to fully regroup.
            It was the first of two major crashes during the stage, with the second 8km from the end involving four-time champion Chris Froome and many others.
            Julian Alaphilippe sprang a surprising late charge to go onto win the first stage as he takes the first yellow jersey.

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