Cyclocross rider hospitalised after disc brake causes wound

The women's junior world champion's team says her arm injury was caused by a disc brake

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A World Cup cyclocross racer was hospitalised after suffering a wound caused by a disc brake, according to her team.

Shirin van Anrooij crashed out of the elite women's cyclocross World Cup race in Tábor on Sunday (November 29) and was taken to hospital after a disc break is believed to have cut into her arm.

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