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Englishman on the start line at RideLondon Classic
He has had some bad luck with a broken collarbone at the Tour of Turkey in April but he was able to bounce back for the Tour de Slovenie and the national championships, before getting the Tour call-up. Although the team made the difficult decision to send the 21-year-old home a week early from the French Grand Tour, directeur sport if Matt White called his performance, which included breakaway rides and top-notch domestique work, a “ten out of ten”.
Yates was on the start line at the Prudential RideLondon Classic on Sunday, where he spoke in detail about his season with Orica-GreenEdge.
“It was a bit unfortunate to break my collarbone at the Tour of Turkey, but overall [my season] has been well," he said. "It was a blessing in disguise really, and I went to the Tour de France because of it, and through different circumstances ... and here we are back in London.”
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