Short break for Mathieu van der Poel: Dutch champion …


If his recovery goes according to plan, Mathieu van der Poel will only rest for ten days. Then he carefully goes back to work.

Mathieu van der Poel could not immediately enjoy his first day of vacation. After his dive in a West-Flemish brook in the full final of the AG-Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne, he got up yesterday with a headache and stiffness all over. The result of, among other things, a minor concussion. “The first days there is nothing to do but rest,” said Thomas Sneyers, Alpecin-Fenix’s communications manager.

The winner of the Tour of Flanders was not sure on Thursday afternoon whether he would take a short holiday somewhere else. Although it is an early day, because without any contrary message or complications after his fall, the Dutch champion has only ten days of rest in his agenda. “After that, we gradually rebuild,” says team trainer Kristof De Kegel. “The specific cross training courses are only planned for the first two weeks of December.” The first cyclocross race of the reigning world champion is, as is known, the Scheldecross on December 12 in Antwerp.


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