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“After yesterday’s successful surgery on a cut in his upper leg, John had operations on his hand and fractured forearm this morning, which were successful. He will travel to Germany in the next few days for further treatment to...

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24.01.2016 @ 21:37 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Team Giant-Alpecin reports that Warren Barguil (FRA), Fredrik Ludvigsson (SWE), Ramon Sinkeldam (NED) and Max Walscheid (GER) have left the hospital in Spain and are currently traveling home.

“Warren is doing relatively well,” said team physician Anko Boelens. “In France he will undergo an additional examination to determine whether surgery is needed on his fractured scaphoid. His recovery will take a minimum of six weeks, after which he can restart his buildup to competition level.

 

Ludvigsson has multiple bruised ribs, as well as bruises and scratches all over his body.

 

Sinkeldam is recovering from cuts on his knee and chin, which have been stitched, and wounds and bruises all over his body.

 

Wahlscheid will have additional examinations in Germany on his tibia and thumb, which are fractured. He is expected to need surgery, and his recovery will also take some months.

Chad Haga (USA) and John Degenkolb (GER) are still in the hospital for treatment.

“Chad did well over the night. He had a successful surgery on his neck and chin wounds and is completely approachable. In several days to one week, he will have surgery on his orbital fracture too. Until then, and to recover following the orbital surgery, he will stay in the hospital for treatment.

“After yesterday’s successful surgery on a cut in his upper leg, John had operations on his hand and fractured forearm this morning, which were successful. He will travel to Germany in the next few days for further treatment to his arm and hand. Then he will also start his recovery process. His immediate focus will be on recovery, which will take time, but it’s difficult to make an estimation at this point.”

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