When you don’t want to, you don’t want to. Poor fate befell Edward Pradis on Wednesday, at the end of the first stage of the Tour of Greece. When it came time to finish the 190 km course between Heraklion and Chania, the Spanish rider gave everything he had left in his legs to the enemy and crossed the line at the head of his group.
But then, not everything happened as he had imagined. Edward Bradys thought he won the race, so he raised his arms to celebrate his victory, as tradition dictates. That was when the bike saddle got off the road and caused it to fall (in amazing fashion), right after crossing the white line.
The first adventure was followed by a second when he realized he hadn’t already won the first stage. And no, New Zealander Aaron Jett escaped and won single-handedly, 1’46 inches short of the group led by Edward Bradys.
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The # Turov Hellas It’s back on Tuesday, 10 years after the last release. Aaron won the first stage alone. Second, Edward Bradys suffered a double failure. The Spaniard, who thought he would win, fell to the test. pic.twitter.com/yIF82fj95k
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– The Gruppetto (TheGruppetto) April 27 2022
Despite everything, Edward Prades did not lose everything. The Spaniard has put himself in the general classification since he recovered six seconds of bonuses on the streak.
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