The 2019 Tour de France winner will return to professional racing tomorrow, just eight months after losing his life in a horrific training accident.

After an amazing recovery from a training accident that nearly killed him, Egan Bernal will return to professional cycling at tomorrow's Tour of Denmark.

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In January, the 25-year-old speeded into a parked bus near his home in the Colombian capital of Bogotá as the 2019 Tour de France champion suffered a broken leg, -->

 --> broken kneecap, He suffered a series of injuries, including a collapsed lung and severe damage to his back.

After a remarkable recovery, Bernal will return to racing at the Tour of Denmark from Tuesday, in the same days he will cover 475 miles in five stages.

Bernal will be joined by British teammates Geraint Thomas and Ben Swift in Denmark. "After what happened in January, this was the moment I was waiting for. 

 To return to the race with my teammates. How stressful the past eight months have been, both physically and mentally. I can not do that."

“As human beings, we rely on each other when we really need it. This year has been a necessary time for me. 

 Your support is invaluable and motivates me to work harder every day to get back to racing.Thank you so much everyone."

INEOS Grenadiers deputy team principal Rod Ellingworth said his return to racing was an "important milestone" in the recovery of the Tour de France winner.

"When you think back to Egan just eight months ago, the progress he has made is unbelievable. He showed the world the true strength of his character  -->

--> and showed amazing determination to get back to race preparation.  We are still on the road with Egan, but qualifying for the Tour of Denmark is an important milestone. ”

After an amazing recovery from a training accident that nearly killed him, Egan Bernal will return to professional cycling at tomorrow's Tour of Denmark.

Image Credit : Eurosport