Sagan Drops Dispute Over Tour De France DQ

Law360, New York (December 5, 2017, 4:08 PM EST) -- Cyclist Peter Sagan on Tuesday dropped a dispute with the sport’s world governing body over his disqualification from the 2017 Tour de France following a collision with a fellow racer, announcing a settlement that officially deems the controversial crash an accident.

The agreement between Peter Sagan, Denk Pro Cycling GmbH and the Swiss-based Union Cycliste Internationale draws to a close a dispute between the parties after the Slovakian cyclist was adjudged to have injured cyclist Mark Cavendish during the fourth stage of the race, forcing him...
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