Britain's Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas started the third stage of the Tour de France on Monday despite suffering from a fractured pelvis.
Geraint Thomas (right) wears the leader's jersey during the Tour Down Under in Adelaide in January. The Welsh Team Sky rider started the third stage of the Tour de France on Monday despite suffering from a fractured pelvis.
The 27-year-old Welshman underwent tests in Bastia on Saturday after falling in a mass crash towards the end of the first stage, and the official Tour medical report after the second stage confirmed that he was receiving treatment for a sore left hip.
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