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"Tyler has abrasions on his hip, arm, leg, and knuckles," Garmin-Sharp team director Chann McRae said according to Cyclingnews. "Additionally, he has some bruised ribs. He plans on racing today."

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26.01.2014 @ 18:47 Posted by Andy Pedersen

American Tyler Farrar from Garmin-Sharp was hit by a car on the sixth stage of the Argentinian race of Tour de San Luis. It was a car from the Argentinian wildcard team Buenos Aries old American. Farrar was able to finish the stage though.

 

"Tyler has abrasions on his hip, arm, leg, and knuckles," Garmin-Sharp team director Chann McRae said according to Cyclingnews. "Additionally, he has some bruised ribs. He plans on racing today."

 

The team was later fined by the UCI commissar for violating the rules regarding the movement of vehicles in a race. Fellow American Taylor Phinney says it is not the first time the team causes trouble.

 

"Team Buenos Aires Provincia: one rider punches Dehaes in sprint on St 3, and today their team car runs over Tyler Farrar in the convoy. #wtf," Phinney wrote on Twitter.

 

"Tyler w/a lot of road rash and maybe some broken ribs. Add this to  local GC riders getting pushes from motos/cars on climbs... #BS #SanLuis." added Phinney.

 

Kenny Dehaes of Lotto Belisol was hit in the face and got himself a black eye because of the hit by a rider from the team. Also Phil Gaimon from Garmin-Sharp has seen the team breaking the rules about fair riding.

 

"Reports of GC riders hanging onto motos on the last climb today. Worse than doping," Gaimon wrote on Twitter.

 

Tomorrow will be the last day of the Tour de San Luis with a flat stage.

 

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