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SD Worx say Amy Pieters is showing signs of consciousness

'Amy recognizes people, understands what is being said and is able to carry out more and more assignments' says team four months after Dutch rider's crash in Spain. Amy Pieters showing signs of consciousness and giving signs of non-verbal communication after a crash while training in December in Calpe, Spain.
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Amy Pieters: Dutch cyclist regains consciousness four months after training crash

Dutch cyclist Amy Pieters has regained consciousness and can "communicate slightly non-verbally" four months after a crash in training. Pieters, 30, suffered severe brain damage after falling during a training camp in Alicante in December. After undergoing surgery, she was put into an induced coma and transferred to a Netherlands...
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Amy Pieters regains consciousness and is communicating non-verbally

Amy Pieters has regained consciousness and is able to communicate non-verbally following the severe training crash she was involved in in December, which saw her lose consciousness. Pieters' SD Worx team confirmed in a statement that she is awake, four months after the horrific incident.
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Amy Pieters 'stable but not good' following training crash

Amy Pieters' situation remains "stable but not good" more than a month after her training crash, according to SD Worx's manager, Danny Stam. The ongoing condition of the Dutch rider was the first thing discussed at the team's launch on Wednesday, with her image prominent throughout. Stam explained that there...

Amy Pieters remains unconscious but stable one month after crash in Spain

Amy Pieters remains unconscious following a crash while training one month ago in Spain. According to an SD Worx official medical update, Pieters has shown improvement in levels of consciousness and she is breathing on her own. “Cyclist Amy Pieters has been undergoing treatment in a Dutch hospital for several...
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Amy Pieters remains in coma but is breathing independently after training crash

Dutch road champion Amy Pieters remains in a coma more than a month after a crash during a training ride. In a statement released on Thursday afternoon by her team, SD Worx, the 30-year old was described as "breathing independently" but "currently not conscious". The situation was described as "still unchanged".
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Amy Pieters: Dutch cyclist to be transferred to hospital in Netherlands

Dutch cyclist Amy Pieters is to be transferred to a hospital in the Netherlands to continue treatment following a fall in training. The incident happened in Alicante on Thursday, 23 December during a Dutch training camp. Pieters was taken to a Spanish hospital by air ambulance and had surgery to...

Amy Pieters to return to the Netherlands after crash in Spain

Amy Pieters will be brought back to the Netherlands for further treatment on Thursday, more than two weeks after she suffered a crash during a training camp in Spain, SD Worx announced on Wednesday. Pieters was training with the national track team on December 23 when she suffered a crash...