Car impact fractured Barguil's wrist, Degenkolb's arm
Jan. 24, 2016
MADRID (AP) — Giant-Alpecin cycling team says Warren Barguil fractured his wrist and John Degenkolb fractured his arm when a car ran into them and four other teammates while training in Spain on Saturday.
In a statement released a day after the six were taken to local hospitals, the German team says Barguil "may require surgery" on his hand, while Degenkolb has received surgery to treat a cut in his upper leg.
Giant-Alpecin says American rider Chad Haga was airlifted to a hospital on Saturday and had "successful" surgery on his neck and chin. It adds Haga has an orbital fracture.
German Max Walscheid will likely require surgery on a fractured hand and tibia, while Swede Fredrik Ludvigsson and Dutchman Ramon Sinkeldam had scratches and bruises "all over" their bodies.