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Bohli Forced to Abandon the Tour de Yorkshire After Crash on Stage 2

4. May 2018, Leeds (GBR) — Road Team

Tom Bohli was forced to abandon the Tour de Yorkshire after a crash on stage 2. © Chris Auld Photography

Tom Bohli has been forced to abandon the Tour de Yorkshire after a crash early into stage 2 which left him with multiple contusions, BMC Racing Team doctor, Dr. Daniele Zaccaria confirmed.

"After his crash, Tom was taken to the hospital where he underwent X-rays and a CT scan. Fortunately, everything came back negative so at this point it looks like there are no fractures. However, he does have a lot of contusions and bruises especially on his arms, and he has some pain at the bottom of his back which is making it difficult for him to move at the moment."

"He is going to spend the night under observation at the hospital and hopefully, he will be able to fly back home tomorrow. We will continue to monitor his condition," Dr. Zaccaria explained.

BMC Racing Team will continue to provide updates on Bohli’s recovery.

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