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Geraint Thomas's Tour de France bays baseborn from the show

Geraint Thomas's Tour de France bays baseborn from the show

Geraint Thomas's Tour de France bays baseborn from the show


Geraint Thomas is ambrosial for thieves to acknowledgment his Tour de France bays afterward it was baseborn from an on the show.

Police are investigating the annexation of the Coupe Omnisports - presented anniversary year to the champ of cycling's best-acclaimed race.
It was taken afterward Thomas's Aggregation Sky loaned the bays to sponsors Pinarello to affectation at The Aeon Appearance in Birmingham.

Mr. Thomas said: "The bays agency a lot to me and to the team."
The atramentous and gold handmade bays was presented to the Welshman this summer back he became alone the third Briton to win the Tour de France.

It was put on affectation by Aggregation Sky's Italian bike architect Pinarello at the NEC amid 28 and 30 September.

The bays were snatched afterward actuality "momentarily larboard unattended" during the clear-up afterward the show.
Thomas said: "It is abundantly adverse that this has happened. It goes after adage that the bays is of appealing bound amount to whoever took it and hopefully [they] will acquire the acceptable adroitness to acknowledgment it.

"A bays is important, but acutely what affairs best are the amazing memories from this absurd summer - and no-one can anytime booty those away."
The basin was displayed alongside the added Grand Tour trophies - Vuelta de Espana and Giro d'Italia - won by Thomas's team-mate Chris Froome.

Richard Hemington, the managing administrator of Pinarello, said the aggregation had apologized to Thomas.
He added: "We are acutely devastated about this. We acquire abounding responsibility. Acutely we all achievement that the bays can be recovered."

Team Sky said it was liaising with all accordant parties to accede on the best advance of activity to boldness the issue.
West Midlands Police said the bays is believed to acquire been taken ancient amid 18.30 and 19.30 (GMT) on 29 September.

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