Czech cyclist Zdeněk Štybar, who suffered a crash during a sprint in the Eneco Tour in Belgium on Thursday, should be released from the hospital during the weekend. The crash, which saw Štybar lose several teeth, forced him to withdraw from the race. Medical examinations showed no serious injuries and Štybar’s participation in the Spanish Vuelta in September should not be threatened.
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