Annemiek Van Vleuten: Cycling competitions are as dangerous as they are fun. Although these competitions are interesting to watch, the racers participating in the competition are threatened at every step.

Annemiek Van Vleuten: Cycling competitions are as dangerous as they are fun. Although these competitions are interesting to watch, the racers participating in the competition are threatened at every step. Any carelessness can be life-threatening. In this context, a female cyclist from the Netherlands, Olympic champion Anemic van Luten was seriously injured in a cycling race. As part of the competition, he lost his grip and fell down and had to be admitted to the hospital. Her fans breathed a sigh of relief as it was revealed that her health condition is now stable.

Going into the details, the second round of the Mixed Team Trial was held on Wednesday as part of the Road World Championship being held in Wollongong, Australia. Van Luten, who came into the ring as the top seed in this competition, went ahead quickly in the beginning. But while going down, she could not balance the cycle and hit the barrier on the side of the road. This blocked the hands of Luten who fell from the bicycle. Due to this, her elbow was severely injured. The racers in front and behind were shocked to see this accident. But as the race had already started, they moved forward. The Union Cyclist International (UCI) shared the video of the accident on its official Twitter account and it went viral on social media. Her fans and netizens are praying for Anemic’s speedy recovery and leaving comments. Meanwhile, Van Luten created history by winning gold in time trial and silver in road race in Tokyo Olympics 2020.

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