Tour de France

Hunter offers condolences to Impey

2015-07-07 10:08

Cape Town - South Africa's first Tour de France stage winner, Robbie Hunter, has offered his condolences to compatriot Daryl Impey who was forced to abandon this year's race.

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Hunter, 38, who sprinted to a memorable Stage 11 victory in 2007, took to Twitter on Tuesday to commiserate with Impey who succumbed to his injuries after falling in Stage 3 on Monday.

Hunter, who retired in 2013 and is now the is currently a directeur sportif for the Cannondale-Garmin team, wrote: Gutted for @darylimpey nothing like ending your TDF in a crash. I know the feeling. Rest up bud!

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