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television recycling & disposal | 1-800-got-junk?

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update: no broken bones for geraint thomas, will be reassessed before tour de france stage four | cycling weekly

update: no broken bones for geraint thomas, will be reassessed before tour de france stage four | cycling weekly

The hospital check, Ineos have confirmed, revealed Thomas did not suffer a fracture in his right shoulder and will now be reassessed in the morning before the start of the fourth stage, which should be another flat offering for the sprinters.

"Geraint's post-stage scan and x-ray were clear and we can confirm he has not suffered a fracture in his right shoulder. He will be reassessed in the morning before stage four," the team said in a statement the evening after stage four.

It was a rough day for other GC riders too, with Primo Rogli hitting the deck hard inside the final 10km, a hospital trip also confirming for the Slovenian that he had suffered no broken bones either.

The next crash a few kilometres later saw Jack Haig's race come to a premature end, the Bahrain-Victorious rider having looked good on the opening stages. That was the same crash Pogaar found himself caught up in.

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