Fabio Jakobsen to be woken from induced coma after Tour of Poland crash

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* Quick-Step rider avoided brain injury in first-stage crash * ‘Fabio had facial surgery during the night. His situation is stable’Doctors will attempt to wake Fabio Jakobsen from his medically-induced coma on Thursday after the Dutch cyclist underwent surgery overnight. Jakobsen is in a stable condition in hospital after a major crash on stage one of the Tour of Poland on Wednesday. The 23-year-old’s team Deceuninck-QuickStep confirmed he had not suffered brain or spinal injuries after he collided at high speed with compatriot Dylan Groenewegen in the final downhill sprint and crashed over the barriers into an official. Jakobsen was airlifted to hospital and placed in a coma and after undergoing facial surgery it is hoped he can regain consciousness. Continue reading...

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