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Demi Follering cries after losing the sprint at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, but not because she finished second

Demi Follering cries after losing the sprint at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, but not because she finished second

Demi Fullering was crying after Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. It was not related to her second place after the anime Van Vleuten.

Vincent van Genstensourcetelegraph

The 25-year-old cyclist from SD Worx became emotional in front of the Sporza camera when she told about her teammate Amy Pieters who suffered serious brain damage during a fall during training and remained in an artificial coma for over two months.

Fullering initially explained why she could not beat Van Vleuten in the sprint. “There was complete acidification,” I looked back at the lost enemy. o

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Then it goes to Peters, who won the race in 2014. “We wanted to win for Amy. Emotional Fullering said you miss her a lot here and in fact you miss her with everything.”

Movistar contestant Van Vleuten wore a “Stay strong, Amy” message on her arm last week at a race in Spain. “Just like her teammates, we think about it every day. This was really a competition for the Emmys.”

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