Fabio Jakobsen's comeback on track according to teammates

Deceuninck-Quick-Step at January training camp (Image credit: Sigfrid Eggers)

It was six months ago that Fabio Jakobsen made headlines for all the wrong reasons, suffering severe injuries in a catastrophic crash at the finish of the opening stage of the Tour de Pologne. The long road to recovery has included multiple surgeries, but he attended the Deceuninck-QuickStep team camp in January, where he posted on social media “over the moon to be back!”

Teammate and lead-out man Michael Mørkøv has been training with Jakobsen this winter, and told news outlet Feltet.dk that he thought the Dutch sprinter was not only close to being ready to take the start line again, but to be part of the action.

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