Teunissen training camp crash may derail entire spring campaign

Mike Teunissen (Jumbo Visma)
(Image credit: Getty Images)

Mike Teunissen (Jumbo-Visma) is facing another injury interrupted season after the Dutchman crashed on Saturday after hitting a rock on a descent during high-altitude training with his team on Tenerife.

Jumbo-Visma said Teunissen may not be able to compete this spring at all following the accident and, while they did not disclose the exact nature of the injury, the team said that after receiving first aid in hospital on the Spanish island the rider flew to Netherlands where additional examinations showed further treatment was necessary.  

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