Egan Bernal: “My guardian angel”: so he calls his father for all the support – Cycling – Sport

Egan Bernalwho is going through the physical conditioning phase to face the 2023 season, was very grateful for the great recovery he had and spared nothing to make it known on his social networks.

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The Colombian cyclist in his latest appearance on his Twitter account wrote a special thank you to his father.

“We all deserve someone to take care of us like my father did me. My guardian angel on the road”, was the beginning of the message.

The text has been integrated with the following: “He comes to my house every day when I’m still sleeping to get everything ready for trainingand leaves in the evening when he leaves the washed bike for the next day”.

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And this message of thanks also joins the good news that his mother gave on December 2nd. Flor Marina Gomezafter battling with her breast cancer for several weeks, she announced that day that after a tough process she had overcome the cancer she had in that area of ​​her body.

“Today my smile has a very powerful reason. My pathology tested negative in the lymph nodes. Every day is an occasion to thank God, smile, love, share with our loved ones. All this, without a doubt, is what this it gives us such a favorable result today that I receive it out of gratitude and love,” Flor Marina recalled on her social networks.

Egan’s mom said in November that she had to have another operation because new tumors had been found, but luckily she overcame the disease.

Flor Marina had been struggling with this pathology since May 11 of this year, immediately after the accident that Egan Bernal had in Every ancipà.
Subsequently, the woman showed her physical changes on social networks and supported several institutions that fight against breast cancer.

ELTIEMPO.COM

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