Manx cyclist Mark Cavendish has suffered a broken rib in the crash that ended his participation in Tirreno-Adriatico during the opening stage on Wednesday, his team have said.
The tournament was Cavendish's first race since he suffered concussion and whiplash in a crash at the Abu Dhabi Tour.
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British cyclist Mark Cavendish, who is known as the Manx Missile, has pulled out of the remaining five stages of the Tour de France in order to concentrate on the Olympic games, his team Dimension Data has announced.
The Isle of Man sprinter, 31, won four stages, including the first at Utah Beach, to take the yellow jersey for the first time in his career. His overall tally is now 30, second only to Eddy Merckx.
Cavendish has opted to leave the Tour early, ahead of Sunday's conclusion in Paris, to focus on his dream of achieving gold at the Rio Olympics next month.
He said he took the decision "with great sadness" and added: "I'm at a point that would have a detrimental effect on my other big goal for the year, the Olympic Games."
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The Manx Missile was Britain's first ever winner of the famous sprinters Green Jersey at the Tour de France. He's also the first British rider in 46 years to win the world Road Race title.
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