Dislocated shoulder hinders Greipel sprint

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A dislocated shoulder suffered in a crash early on today's Tour stage six hindered Andre Greipel's finishing sprint into Metz, team-mate and lead-out man Greg Henderson has revealed.

The Lotto-Belisol sprinter, who won the previous two stages of this year's Tour, hit the ground after around 35km of racing, grazing and momentarily dislocating his left shouder and causing swelling to his left wrist.

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