Cyclist Magazine

Q&A Brian Holm

Cyclist: You were there the day [QuickStep sprinter] Fabio Jakobsen experienced his horror crash at last year’s Tour of Poland. How did you feel?

Brian Holm: When I saw Fabio crash, I thought we wouldn’t see him again. I was there in the team car and it was a madhouse. It was like a bomb exploding.

All evening we had nothing to say to the riders because we didn’t know what the situation was. Then at midnight we heard from the hospital that he would survive, but we didn’t know the extent of his injuries. Then the hospital established he

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