Hard blow for Lou Jeanmonnot, who fell ill, who will not compete in the Lenzerheide sprint scheduled for this Thursday.
The sprint without the world number two
Packages due to illness are piling up at the start of the season. After Chloe Chevalier, Gilonne Guigonnat, Emilien Claude in the French ranks or the German Franziska Preuss on the Hochfilzen stage, it’s the turn of Lou Jeanmonnot to be hit by the virus circulating in the World Cup caravan.
Lou Jeanmonnot (FRA) © Manzoni/NordicFocus
This Monday morning, the Doubiste, world number two behind Ingrid Tandrevold, in fact announced that she had fallen ill. As a result, the Habs have already formalized their package for the Lenzerheide sprint. She will therefore miss at least two races with the chase two days later. The double winner in Ostersund still aims to get back in shape for the first queens’ race on Sunday.
“Three weeks of emotional elevator, which ends with a Covid strike. No sprint for me in Lenzerheide: mission to be operational for Mass-Start. »
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