Friday, March 26, 2010

Indoor Wolrd Champs 2010 in Ballerup, Denmark

Andreas just sent me this email:
I Believe that's half a bike flying. Photo taken during the Women's Scratch at the Indoor World Championships in Denmark 2010. 17 year old rookie Julie Leth crashed near the perimeter and slid across the track just in front of the peleton which led to a minor incedent. ;o) I saw at least 3 riders ride directly into her back.. .anyhow Julie got on her bike and finished 9th.
Yikes. I never crashed during my time as a track racer, but I sure came close. I guess I just didn't do it long enough.


Russell G. said...

what is your email address. I cannot access it through your link. I have some great pix

Anonymous said...

Did carbon the word over stop breaking after this accident?

John Watson said...

It is quite amazing that Julie fell off at the start; but finished 9th, this happens all the time in sports but the only thing is that sports persons must be safe at the end of the time.

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Joe Carter said...

Accidents in sports are very common; but here Julie showed real enthusiasm and stood 9th after the fumble, its really great.
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