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Cyclist Owain Doull's World Tour debut was delayed after he suffered a ruptured appendix in Australia.
The Team Sky rider was set to make his debut in cycling’s top tier as the 2017 season began in Adelaide.
But, the Cardiff born rider was in hospital having sat out of The Tour Down Under's traditional prelude race.
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The 23-year-old's team initially reported his absence was due to to illness, but he confirmed the full extent of his problem on Twitter.
“Not exactly how I pictured making my WorldTour debut, but when you appendix ruptures there’s much you can do,” he said.
Last year, Doull was riding with Bardley Wiggins' team, which supported his track ambitions that culminated with a gold medal at the Rio Olympics last year.
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Welshman Geraint Thomas has become only the third Briton to win the prestigious Paris-Nice race.
The Team Sky rider started the final day in yellow with a 15-second lead over Alberto Contador and claimed the title after Sunday's seventh stage over 141 kilometres.
Thomas, 29, follows Tom Simpson (1967) and Bradley Wiggins (2012) as British winners of an event which began in 1933, and the victory will underline his credentials as a future Tour de France winner.
It's incredible - I can't really believe it to be honest.
"I came here to try and win but to actually do it ...
"It is the biggest win for sure of my whole career - I'm over the moon"
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