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Magnus Ditlev OUT of T100 Singapore blockbuster as bike crash destroys the dream

Magnus Ditlev will miss Sunday's T100 Singapore blockbuster as a result of injuries sustained in a bike crash

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Magnus Ditlev is officially OUT of Sunday’s huge T100 Singapore showdown.

The Danish superstar was on a high when he arrived in Asia on the back of that brilliant season-opening victory to kick off the much-hyped new series in Miami last month.

But on Tuesday disaster struck for the brilliant 26-year-old when he slipped on a speed bump and crashed his bike, causing injuries which necessitated a trip to a local hospital.

Scans showed that Ditlev had sustained a fractured wrist, putting his participation on Sunday in major doubt. At that stage he told TRI247 he would make a final decision on Saturday, but on Friday we got the news all triathlon fans feared.


Ditlev confirms Singapore DNS

Writing on Instagram, Magnus revealed: “Unfortunately, it hasn’t been the race week I had hoped for here at @t100triathlon Singapore.

“I crashed on my bike Tuesday afternoon and have spent the week trying to recover from that. Scans from hospital show a fracture in my left wrist of the scaphoid bone along with some other very sore parts of the body.

“I can’t hold onto my bike yet, and as I don’t want to risk anything regarding the rest of the season, I unfortunately have to withdraw from what seems to be great racing in Singapore.

“It hurts as I had looked forward to racing here, but health comes first. Good luck to everyone racing, I’ll be cheering instead!”


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Javier Gomez also forced to withdraw

There was further sad news on Friday, with Spanish legend Javier Gomez also being withdrawn from the start list, for personal reasons. He is replaced by Australian Josh Amberger.

Graham Shaw
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Graham has been involved with TRI247 & RUN247 since the summer of 2021. Since then he has provided strategic direction for all news and is passionate about the growth of triathlon as a fan sport.
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