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Injury update on GasGas MX2 riders – Sydow and Längenfelder

Injury update on GasGas MX2 riders – Sydow and Längenfelder
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Jeremy Sydow’s comeback in the MX2 World Championship was short-lived. The young DIGA Procross GASGAS Factory Juniors athlete injured his left ankle during his comeback in Faenza in the first lap of the first race and was intensively examined by Prof. Dr. Christian Hendrich and his team last Thursday. During the examinations it was found that a ligament in the ankle joint had torn and surgery to strengthen the ligament and speed up the healing process would be beneficial. As a result, Jeremy Sydow was fitted with a plastic ligament on Friday using a special procedure. For the next four weeks, Jeremy Sydow’s ankle will now be fixed in a plaster cast, after which it can be put under load again.

Jeremy Sydow: I am disappointed that my comeback was so short, but I remain positive and look ahead! I would like to thank Prof. Dr. Christian Hendrich and his team for the examination and operation. Now I have to wait and see and full focus on rehab together with my physio. I’m already looking forward to getting back on my GASGAS MC 250F and fighting for World Championship points again!

Simon Längenfelder also injured himself in Italy, Faenza and will have to take a break for the next few weeks. The young German jumped too short in the second of three events, in the first moto, in the first round and was hit by an opponent on his right leg when landing. Afterwards, Simon Längenfelder also went directly into the trusting hands of Prof. Dr. Christian Hendrich and his team. The diagnosis was a torn out rear cruciate ligament. Simon Längenfelder will have to stabilise the knee for a month with a splint to keep it stiff, but there will already be another appointment in two weeks to check whether the bone has grown back together again.

Simon Längenfelder: It went very badly for me last Wednesday. I hope that the healing process goes well and quickly and that I can start training again soon.

Words: Kevin Baltes

Pic: GasGas/Ray Archer

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