Travel Bora team boss Denk: "Serious problems" with second wave

09:27  02 august  2020
09:27  02 august  2020 Source:   spox.com

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«Wenn die Infektionszahlen im Verhältnis zu den Tests wirklich hochgehen und Rennen wieder abgesagt werden, steuern wir im Radsport auf ernste Probleme zu», sagt Ralph Denk. © Matthias Balk / dpa "If the number of infections really increases in relation to the tests and races are canceled, we are heading for serious problems in cycling," says Ralph Think

Ralph Denk as team boss of the Bora-hansgrohe team fears great difficulties for cycling in a second wave of corona infections.

"If the number of infections in relation to the tests really goes up and races are canceled again, we are heading for serious problems in cycling," he told the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung am Sonntag". «Then, as we say in Bavaria, we can only look into the mountains with the stovepipe. Then many will no longer know how to proceed. »

Denk does not want to be too pessimistic after the resumption of the cycling season. "But we shouldn't already have doubts about running races when the business has just started up again," he said: "Everything is better than nothing."

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