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Oss was riding up the righthand side of sector 3 when he clipped a spectator that had stepped slightly into the course.
The Italian rider was then sent tumbling to the ground and a Bora-Hansgrohe rider hit him from behind before also being thrown from his bike.
Despite the crash, Oss finished the stage 13:07 down on the stage winner Simon Clarke (Israel-Premier Tech). It’s not yet clear what injuries Oss sustained as a result of the crash.
— Victor Loy (@LoyVictor) July 6, 2022