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By Gregor Brown in Doha, Qatar, and Susan Westemeyer The fourth stage of the Tour of Qatar came to a...
By Gregor Brown in Doha, Qatar, and Susan Westemeyer
The fourth stage of the Tour of Qatar came to a quick end for Robert Wagner of Team Skil-Shimano. The German crashed on a traffic circle within the first kilometre of the day while still in the neutralised zone.
"I crashed before the start, at kilometre zero and I broke the radius bone," said Wagner. "I am waiting for a Qatar doctor to give me the okay so I can fly home."
The 25-year-old German expected his wrist to require surgery, and he was not sure how long he would be out of racing.
See Cyclingnews' full coverage of the Tour of Qatar.