“Paris-Roubaix was the hardest moment mentally”: Visma-Lease a Bike reveals never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage of Wout van Aert’s fall (video)

“Paris-Roubaix was the hardest moment mentally”: Visma-Lease a Bike reveals never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage of Wout van Aert’s fall (video)
“Paris-Roubaix was the hardest moment mentally”: Visma-Lease a Bike reveals never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage of Wout van Aert’s fall (video)

The Dutch group released previously unseen images of the fall of its star in its documentary “The Spring Classics: ROAD TO RESILIENCE”.


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Published on 04/30/2024 at 5:32 p.m.
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Wout van Aert continues his rehabilitation after his heavy fall suffered during the “A Travers la Flanders” race, during which he notably broke his collarbone, seven ribs and his sternum, and which forced him to give up the classics Flandriennes, as well as the Giro, two of his major objectives of the season.

“At the beginning, I was very scared,” says Wout van Aert. “I wanted to get to the side of the road as quickly as possible. When I tried to move, I felt something wrong with my shoulder and hip. Then I was in really bad pain until I was given strong medication in the hospital. The first half hour was really terrible.”



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