Groenewegen's actions in that sprint were one of the worst i ever saw. There was no other person involved, no corner, no nothing. And still he moved towards the fences in two phases and then elbowed Jakobsen into the fence. Of course he didn't close that door to injure Jakobsen. He closed that door in extreme fashion to win the race, hoping that Jakobsen would touch his brakes.Everyone can see you're trying hard to push a narrative by taking the accident out of its context and compare with real life situations. Making it way worse and making Groenewegen look a like a murderer. We got it already from your previous posts, you hate Jumbo but your hatred in this serious situation is getting out of hand. You're comparing the accident to a murder and you call it 1:1, how terrible can you be? This is a competition, not something out free on the street.
I'm not a fan of either rider and Groenewegen going out and trying to put himself in a positive note was terrible but Jakobsen fans using comparisons out of context to make the guy a murderer is just as stupid.
I think the whole debate is really difficult because some people judge this as an incident like many others. Some other people however (myself included) think that Groenewegens action was more extreme than most of the other actions i have seen. And then he has the bad luck that on top of that the outcome of his actions is very extreme. In that sense i do think that driving while watching your phone is very much the same. If you look at your phone without causing an accident people might call you stupid or an idiot but that is that. If you look at your phone and you do cause an accident that nearly costs someone his/her life i think that people are justified when calling you a little more than that.
So for me, yes it happened during sports and people have to be aware there are more risks involved there. But Groenewegen did take extreme risks with his move and thereby played with other peoples health. And unfortunately for him the consequences were very bad. But of course he shouldnt be called a murderer either.