Racer X Injury ReportThursday, June 10, 2010 | 2:43 PM
In this article…
- Ryan Villopoto
- Tyler Bowers
- Jake Marsack
- James Stewart
- Justin Brayton
- Cole Siebler
- Heath Voss
- Christian Craig
- Ivan Tedesco
- Austin Stroupe
- Ryan Morais
Chris Whitcraft – Back
Comment: Things are looking better every day, and Chris plans on making it out to High Point this weekend.. Help support Chris by visiting www.chriswhitcraft.com.
Heath Voss – Kneecap
Comment: Out with a broken right patella (kneecap).
Ryan Villopoto – Leg
Comment: Broken tib/fib from St. Louis SX. Expected to be back on a bike in August, and likes to hope he could race the AMA Pro MX finale at Pala, but isn't counting on that.
Ivan Tedesco – Lung
Comment: Out indefinitely with a collapsed lung and bruised ribs. May return for the last four nationals.
Austin Stroupe – Shoulder
Comment: Suffered a third-degree AC separation which required surgery. His return is still undecided.
James Stewart – Wrist
Comment: Stewart has been out since the third round of AMA Supercross with a wrist injury. According to the San Manuel Yamaha team manager Larry Brooks, Stewart is awaiting a final release from his doctors before he begins riding again. At that time he will determine his future racing plans.
Cole Siebler - Back
Comment: Cole had back surgery recently and is beginning rehab and plans to be fully ready for the European and U.S. supercross season.
Ryan Morais – Thumb
Comment: Had surgery on his thumb yesterday to repair an avulsion fracture that he sustained in a practice crash at Freestone. Healing time from here is around 4-6 weeks.
Jake Marsack - Neck
Comment: Jake Marsack out with a broken neck - C2 and C7. Under the current care of Steve Navarro.
John Jelderda - Collarbone
Comment: Qualified for the 450 Class at both Hangtown and Freestone, but an early-moto fall in Texas sidelined the rookie for four weeks. He's planning on coming back at Unadilla and will compete in the 250 Class.
Christian Craig – Broken Back
Comment: From his agent: "The rods in his back are expected to be removed in early June. He is healing very well and eager to have them taken out. Once the rods are removed it should be two to three months before he can ride again. He has been working out with his Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/Lucas Oil Honda team at Charles Dao's "Icon Sports Performance" and making great progress. People can follow his recovery by signing up for his email list at www.ChristianCraig.net. Depending on his recovery pace he should be up to speed in time for the U.S. Open. However, his focus is already set on the 2011 SX season."
Justin Brayton – Ribs
Comment: He’s going to try racing High Point this weekend. Read the press release here.
Tyler Bowers – Femur
Comment: Starting therapy a few times a week but still isn’t putting any pressure on the hip until the doctor says it’s healed.
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