Milan Menten (Lotto-Dstny) took a huge win at Le Samyn, but it was more painful than most races. When he celebrated his win at the sem-classic, Menten dislocated his shoulder.
“This is a dream,” Menten said to Sporza after his win. “I had to celebrate and shout ‘ouch’ at the same time.
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After he won the sprint over Hugo Hofstetter (Team Arkéa Samsic) he “cheered a little crazy” causing his shoulder to pop out.
“I braked as quickly as possible with my other hand and pushed everything into place. I now know how to do that, because it has happened before,” Menten explained.
Thankfully, the Belgian rider is feeling OK.
“My shoulder? A bit stiff, still,” he laughed.
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