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Black enough: Curry celebrates an accident, falls on his back and loses gold

(Sports News, Racing News) Proving once again that sports players have to work hard until they reach the finish line to get the expected results.

The village Sports has seen many comedic stories related to early celebrations leading to players losing their prestigious gold medal, this time at a higher level as the cyclist both lost his gold and suffered an injury. The situation that happened on April 27 at the Tour of Hellas 2022 cycling race happened by a “miserable, crying, half-laughing” accident.

Black enough: Curr crashed early, fell on his back and lost gold - 1st place

Prades and celebrations cause pain and shame

Eduard Prades took the lead of the race after a commendable effort, as the bike rolled across the finish line the Spanish cyclist raised his hands to the sky in an early celebration. Due to the situation of taking his hands off the handlebars, the 34-year-old unfortunately lost his balance and fell onto the track.

In addition to the fall that hit his butt to the ground, Prades was also hit by an opponent behind him. But the most tragic thing was that this cyclist didn’t finish first, the championship belonged to Aaron Gate of Team Bolton Equities-Black Spoke.

In fact, Aaron finished 1 minute 46 seconds early. Prades and the rest of the contenders are at the top, so they don’t know anyone has finished before. A celebration hurt Prades and put him in a shameful situation.

“We tried to catch up with the front group but the truth is I don’t have a lot of information on how the race went. I thought there was nobody in front of me. So I stretched out my arms to celebrate the win at the finish. ‘, the 34-year-old racer corrected his embarrassment after his second place.

According to the National Assembly (Tourism Magazine of Ho Chi Minh City)

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