“Guilty For Everything” – Belgian Race Organizer Faces Three-Month Suspension After Fatal Route Mishap Claims Life of 19-Year-Old Cyclist

January 21, 2024

The Belgian cycling community witnessed a stinging hearing from the Tournai police court. After a misplaced racing track claimed the life of 19-year-old rider Stef Loos, the scene sparked calamities on March 17, 2019. While its dire consequences entangled the event’s organizer, Marc Duquesnoy, this latest update marked his prolonged suspension from the sport.

In the heart of Wallonia, this deadly cycling mishap was recorded during the Grand Prix Alfred Gadenne. As the participating riders were mistakenly directed off course, this reckless move sadly resulted in an ill-fated collision involving Loos and a van driver. And now, after a lengthy scrutiny, race organizer Duquesnoy found himself engulfed by severe charges alongside the penalty of his three-month suspension. Essentially Sports