Adriano Malori retires at age 29 after horror crash in 2016

Italian uses first rest day of the tour to call it a day on professional cycling

Adriano Malori

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Italian rider Adriano Malori used the first rest day of the Tour de France to announce his retirement from professional cycling. Nearly two years after crashing out of the Tour de San Luis back in 2016 the Italian has confirmed he will be stepping off the bike for good.

The Movistar rider was place into an induced coma after suffering a broken collarbone thanks to a high speed crash on stage five of the Argentinian race.

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