Three days after his disastrous crash, professional cyclist Chris Froome first spoke on Saturday publicly. He was happy to live and thanked with humility for the many requests for restoration.
"I know how happy I am here today, and how much I owe to all paramedical and medical staff in the race," said the 34-year-old British in a message from her Ines team. There was something "I had never expected."
Froome thanked the team, fans, doctors and family for their great support. The extent of this sympathy had made him humble.
Crashed in the wall
The British crashed into a wall at 55 km / h last Wednesday during the schedule at Criterium du Dauphine in Roanne's right thigh, elbow and some ribs broken. According to the BBC, he should also have broken a neck helmet. One day after the fall he had been successfully run at the University Hospital in St. Etienne.
In a new photo, Froome is lying in bed ̵
Courage makes Froome sure that Wout Poels won the Queen's phase of 71th Critérium du Dauphiné last Saturday: With the Dutchman he went on the track before his accident.