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Porte Sustains Fractured Clavicle in Tour de France Stage 9 Crash

15. July 2018, Roubaix (FRA) — Road Team

© A.S.O / P. Ballet

Richie Porte was forced to abandon the Tour de France after a devastating crash early into stage 9 which left him with a fractured right clavicle, BMC Racing Team Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Max Testa confirmed.

"Richie has been discharged by the hospital and the diagnosis is that he has a non-displaced right clavicle fracture. He will need to rest for a week before he considers starting to ride on the home trainer. From what we know at this point, it looks like a straightforward injury and one that is quite common in cycling. We are expecting him to be back on the bike training in probably three to four weeks and potentially racing in six to eight weeks. We will continue to monitor Richie’s recovery and adjust the plan accordingly," Dr. Testa explained. 

Porte is understandably disappointed about being forced to abandon the Tour de France.

“Obviously I’m devastated. For the second year in a row I am ending the Tour de France like this. I was on the ground before I knew it and straight away felt pain in my right shoulder. I want to say a big thank you to my teammates for their incredible work over the first nine days. We had a great first week and I’m so disappointed that I won’t be continuing to Paris. I hope to recover as fast as possible and get back to racing,” Porte said. 

BMC Racing Team will continue to provide updates on Porte's recovery.

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