Juanpe López returns to training three weeks after breaking his clavicle

Juanpe López is already counting down the days to put on a number again in what will be his first race of 2023. The Sevillian cyclist, who suffered a fall in which he broke his clavicle during a concentration in Alicante, already He got back on the bike this Monday with the aim of continuing to prepare for his debut this season.

The Trek-Segafredo team announced the progress in Juanpe’s recovery through their social networks. ”The good news of the day. Juanpe López’s path to recovery is going quite well and he has already returned to training on the bike. He has already arrived in Sierra Nevada to continue his preparation and be ready for his debut this season. Come on Juanpe!” along with a photo of the cyclist posing with his bike in the Sierra Nevada.

López, who renewed with Trek-Segafredo until 2025 after his great 2022 season in which he finished tenth overall in the Giro d’Italia, faces 2023 in which he will debut in the Tour de France and in which he could also assume the stripes of team leader in the Vuelta a EspañaIn addition to dreaming of getting his first victory as a professional, a victory that he already cherished last year at the top of Etna, where he managed to put on the pink jersey that he managed to wear for ten consecutive stages.

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