Justin Cooper injured!

A broken foot has ended Justin Cooper’s supercross season before it has even began! The unfortunate 2021 regional champ has dislocated and broken 4 metatarsals as well as other damage and will require surgery and a 6 month recovery period, meaning Cooper might even miss the start of the outdoor season. A big blow for a rider who was reportedly flying at the test track.

“Hey guys unfortunately I had a crash yesterday at the track. I got a little bit off line in a rhythm and didn’t get the lift for the next triple and cased it pretty hard which was fine. Almost had it saved and when I finally laid it down my foot got pinched under the footpeg. That being said it turns out i have broken and dislocated 4 metatarsals and have some fractures in the center of my foot as well. Will most likely get surgery early next week. Not the way I wanted to start the year off, everything has been going really good until this. This is called a Lisfranc injury and will probably put me off the bike for about 6 months. Tough pill to swallow but this is part of life and you have these obstacles. How you overcome these difficulties is what defines you. Ill keep you guys updated once I know more, it’s all very fresh so just giving a quick update on what I know so far. I will be missing all of SX, hopefully will be good to go for MX”, Cooper stated on social media.