Bad luck ruins Goss' Wevelgem bid

At the Belgian one-day classic Gent-Wevelgem, sprinter Matthew Goss (Orica-GreenEdge) was pursuing his first European win of the season. As if it was a bad comical movie, Goss was unfortunate twice. First the 27-year-old Australian had to jump on a much bigger bike on the steep cobbled Kemmelberg climb after being hit by Spanish sprinter Francisco Ventoso (Movistar). Then a team-mate lost his Ventolin pump which he needed against his allergies. Goss didn't finish the race.

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