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Cañada to undergo surgery

Saunier-Duval's David Cañada, who had to abandon the Vuelta because of an elevation of his heart rate (tachychardia), will be undergoing surgery in a Madrid hospital, French website reported. The Spanish rider was diagnosed with Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome years ago and advised to treat his illness. The surgery will take place this week, and if all works out as planned, Cañada should be able to pursue his career.

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