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Cooper Webb apologises to America!

Cooper Webb apologises to America!
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Cooper Webb put an emotional apology to his nation on Instagram, showing just how much this defeat hurt him.

At the time he crashed USA were leading but there was still no guarantee USA would have won with Febvre all over Webb and Searle but it was a case of so close yet so far for the Americans and poor Cooper Webb unnecessarily felt he let his country down, but the guy rode his heart out and has no need to feel guilty.

Two crashes arguably cost the Dutch too and bad starts very nearly cost France. It’s a very high pressure race and these things happen, but Webb vows to be back at the biggest race of the year.

This is what he had to say:

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America I'm greatly sorry. Thank you @ama_teamusamxon for all the hard work and support. Thank you Roger @elhombre_21 and @alexmartin_26 for stepping up and doing awesome for us. I've never seen anything like what happened to Jason in my whole racing career. I'm glad he is somewhat ok. I will remember this for the rest of my career but one thing is guaranteed…. I WILL be back. This was the hardest thing I've faced in my entire career

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