Russian cyclist Gleb Sirica fell and was seriously injured at an event in France.
The wreck occurred Tuesday at a four-day event in Dunkirk.
Despite looking badly injured, Siritsa got back on her bike and crossed the finish line for the 196.6-kilometer route.
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Sirica completed the stage alongside teammates Seeth Boll and Yuri Natarov. Bol also fell off his bike and fell.
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The team’s Twitter account, Astana Kazakhstan, posted a naked photo of Sirica to show the full extent of the injury. In the photo, Siritza-san was smiling and showing a thumbs-up.
Siritsa had a bloodied arm, an injured leg and a large wound around her shoulder.
“Gleb Sirica hit his whole body but he is a strong fighter. Get well Gleb!” wrote Astana Kazakhstan.
Cyclists also took to Twitter to react to Siritsa’s injury, with one fan writing: “Cyclists are made strong. Imagine taking a shower afterwards.”
Due to an injury, Sirica did not qualify for the second stage.
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Team Jumbo Visma boss Olaf Kooy won the opening stage of the event.