Woman with Opi-Omi sign fled: Tour de France organization files complaint | Tour de France

“You come to the Tour to see the champions at work, not to get on TV yourself,” Prudhomme snorted after the stage won by Julian Alaphilippe.

“This is unacceptable! It’s only those champions who deserve to be on TV, not people like that. If they want to see themselves in action, they should just look in the mirror. They have to respect the riders, the Tour and all the champions.”

Twice there was a massive fall during the first Tour ride

Twice there was a massive fall during the first Tour ride

About forty kilometers from the finish line, a spectator stood half on the road with a cardboard sign in hand, with his back to the onrushing Tour peloton. Tony Martin slammed into the fan with the board, causing a massive crash. Almost the entire peloton came to a stop.

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Organizer ASO will therefore not leave it at that. The Breton newspaper West France reports that a complaint is being filed against the woman. It can also be a job to get the complaint to the woman, because she reportedly fled quickly after the incident.

The police of the Finistère region has placed a call for witnesses on its Facebook page due to the judicial investigation of the spectator.

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As a result of the fall, Jasha Sütterlin (Team DSM) had to give up immediately. Marc Soler of Movistar did finish the ride, but turned out to have broken both arms in the hospital.

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