Biniam Girmay has received an apology from the brand after he was forced to retire after an accident with the cork of his Prosecco bottle after his 10th stage victory at the Giro d’Italia on Tuesday. In a press release to Le Parisien, the boss of the company next to Treviso said he was “sorry” and invited runners to his website.
The first black African driver to win a Grand Tour stage, Jesse at the Giro on Tuesday, Biniam Gilmay (Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux) experienced a very brutal emotional lift. After the race, the Eritrean took to the podium to celebrate his victory and, minutes later, he took part in the 2022 Giro d’Italia. Prosecco bottle cap – Ritual reward at the end of each stage – Hit him in the left eye to take him directly to the hospital, no need to go through the mix zone or press conference. As revealed by his team’s Belgian doctor Piet Daniels, ahead of the tragic verdict this Wednesday morning and announcing his package due to “bleeding in the left anterior chamber”.
Astoria brand ‘sorry’ invites Girmay to its website
Inevitably, the reaction from the brand of the Prosecco bottle didn’t take long. Astoria has been a sponsor of the Giro since 2012, with an informative press release Parisian. Press release signed by the CEO of the Italian company. “We are so sorry for what happened to Biniam Girmay, we are more excited than anyone else on this day, thanks to an athlete of colour’s maiden Giro d’Italia victory. We share with him and his team Close relationship. We hope he recovers as quickly as it seems. We hope one day he can be a guest of Treviso, on the slopes of Prosecco. »
Eritrea players on Wednesday gave reassuring news About his status on social networks. “Hi, I’m doing a great job, thank you all for your information and support,” he wrote. It makes me sad to miss the rest of the Giro. But I had to stop, recover and rest for a few days. goodbye. »
Italian Alberto Dainese (DSM) wins stage 11 in Reggio Emilia after winning in the sprint on Tuesday, ahead of Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates), Simone Consonni (Cofidis) and Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) .