Fabio Jakobsen, here on July 5, 2020, suffered a brain and brain injury during the terrible fall at the finish of the first stage of the Tour of Poland. - / SIPA
Good news from Poland. Fabio Jakobsen is out of the artificial coma he was plunged into after his fall at the finish of the first stage of the Tour of Poland on Wednesday. “Fabio Jakobsen is out of his coma. His condition is good, ”the organizers tweeted.
We have good news from the hospital in Sosnowiec! @FabioJakobsen is awake now from the coma. Condition is "good". 👌 # tdp20 @deceuninck_qst- Tour of Poland (@Tour_de_Pologne) August 7, 2020
The young rider had fallen heavily after a sprint on a downhill false flat with Dylan Groenewegen, the latter having pushed him into the barriers. The offender subsequently apologized on the networks and the Deceuninck team has the firm intention of filing a complaint against the Dutchman for his gesture on his compatriot.
Tour of Poland: Groenewegen apologizes after Jakobsen fell, still in coma