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Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold!

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold!

Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold! Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race


The Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated the gold medal in road cycling at the Olympic Games "Tokyo 2020", before she later found out that she was the second place, which caused her a kind of embarrassment, the "flawed bike", which was a candidate to win gold in the Olympic Games. 2016, before she had an accident that prevented her from completing the race.


The Dutch bike crossed the finish line with her arms high, joy and relief on her face, before discovering the painful truth, that Austrian Anna Kiesenhofer had finished the race about 75 seconds earlier.

Annemiek van Vleuten couldn't believe it and was shocked by the footage caught on camera, when a member of the team told her she wasn't the first place finisher.

After the race, Annemiek van Vleuten said: "Yes I thought I won, I'm disappointed of course, at first I felt really stupid.


Annemiek van Vleuten had a terrible accident at the 2016 Olympics, which resulted in a severe concussion, along with three fractures in the lumbar spine, and she remains in intensive care, and she was in the lead, when she crashed on slippery ground with rainwater, at a bend on a slope, But she insisted on returning to participate in Tokyo after 5 years.

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold! Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold! Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold! Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race

Annemiek van Vleuten, a Dutch "dishonored"... a "wrong" celebration of Olympic gold! Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten celebrated what she thought the road cycling gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics before later finding out she was a somewhat embarrassing runner-up: the 'lucky bike' that was a gold contender at the 2016 Games before being hit An accident at the time prevented her from completing the race


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