British woman formally charged in Giant-Alpecin collision

The 73-year-old world has been formally charged with crimes relating to the incident at a training camp in Spain

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(Image credit: © Team Giant-Alpecin)

The British woman who collided with six Giant-Alpecin cyclists in training this winter in Alicante, Spain, has been formally charged by local police. The German team of John Degenkolb and the Guardia Civil police are listed in the case.

The unnamed 73-year-old drove head-on into Degenkolb, winner of last year's Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix, and five of his Giant-Alpecin teammates on January 23 near Alicante, Spain.

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