• Jakob Fuglsang receiving medical assistance after a crash on stage 11 of the 201 Tour de France (AAP)Source: AAP
Jakob Fuglsang will continue racing the Tour de France despite fracturing two bones in a crash on stage 11 that also felled and forced the abandonment of Astana teammate Dario Cataldo.
Cycling Central

Astana Pro Team
13 Jul 2017 - 10:43 AM 

The 2017 Criterium du Dauphine winner fractured a left scaphoid - the wrist for those playing at home - and the head of the radius of the left elbow, some 83 kilometres from the finish. 

The team announcement emphasised the fractures were "very small" and that Fuglsang, who sits one minute 37 seconds behind Froome on general classification will continue to race. 

High-five for Kittel as he wins again
Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) again came from a long way back to claim another emphatic victory in Stage 11 of the Tour de France.

Catalado too fractured a left scaphoid but was not able to continue to Pau, leaving Fabio Aru, himself just 18 seconds behind Froome, one-man down as the race hits the possibly decisive Pyrenees. 

Romain Bardet (AG2R) also crashed during the feed zone but without real damage. 

Froome will stick to Aru like glue on Stage 12
Chris Froome's main goal in Thursday's 12th stage of the Tour de France will be to ensure that those rivals who have already slipped out of contention do not get back into the race.