Wout Van Aert cedera patah tulang selangka dan rusuk akibat kecelakaan

Belgium’s cycling star, Wout Van Aert, is currently recovering from a serious injury sustained in a crash during the Tour de France. The 24-year-old suffered a broken collarbone and several broken ribs as a result of the accident, which occurred during the individual time trial on stage 13 of the race.

Van Aert, who rides for the Jumbo-Visma team, was considered one of the favorites to win the stage before the crash occurred. The accident happened when he hit a barrier while navigating a turn at high speed, causing him to fall heavily to the ground.

Following the accident, Van Aert was taken to a nearby hospital where he underwent surgery to repair his broken collarbone. He is expected to be out of racing for several weeks as he recovers from his injuries.

The news of Van Aert’s injury was met with disappointment from fans and fellow cyclists alike, as he was seen as a rising star in the sport. Van Aert had already achieved significant success in his young career, including winning several stages in the Tour de France and other prestigious races.

Despite the setback, Van Aert remains determined to make a full recovery and return to racing as soon as possible. In a statement released by his team, he expressed his gratitude for the support he has received and his determination to come back stronger than ever.

The cycling community will be eagerly awaiting Van Aert’s return to the peloton, as he is widely regarded as one of the most talented and exciting riders in the sport. In the meantime, fans and supporters are sending their well wishes to the young Belgian as he begins his road to recovery.