'I hope to find my place in the peloton again': Dylan Groenewegen's 2021 schedule revealed

The Dutch sprinter returns to the sport after his nine-month suspension

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Dylan Groenewegen's 2021 schedule has been announced following the Dutch sprinter's nine-month suspension for his involvement in the Fabio Jakobsen crash at the Tour of Poland.

The Jumbo-Visma man deviated from his line in the sprint finish, with the UCI subsequently banning the 27-year-old for nine months, as Jakobsen suffered serious injuries and faced a five-month recovery.

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