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Jonas Vingaard. ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT / AFP
Winner of the 5th stage of Dauphiné, Jonas Vingegaard paid tribute to the victims of the attack in Annecy this Thursday morning.
On the verge of tears, the cyclist Jonas Vingegaardwinner of the last Tour de France, paid tribute to the victims of the Annecy attack after winning the 5th stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné on Thursday in Salins-les-Bains (Jura).
“I am very happy with my performance. But on a day like today, with what happened in Annecy, cycling doesn’t really matter“, said the Dane, very moved, during an interview on the finish line.
“My thoughts go out to all the familiesadded the Jumbo-Visma runner, a young dad, who seemed on the verge of tears, before heading to the podium to put on the race leader’s yellow jersey.
A Syrian refugee armed with a knife wounded six people Thursday morning, including four children aged 22 to 36 months, spreading terror in a park on the shores of Lake Annecyan attack “no apparent terrorist motive“, according to the first elements of the investigation.
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