Leon Kamye avoided the operation and will perform in AragonMarch 27, 2019
The team of Moriwaki Althea Honda has officially confirmed that Leon Kame is not in need of surgery and will be able to take part in the upcoming stage in Aragon.
The Irish rider injured his knee in the second stage of WSBK 2019 in Thailand, where he collided with a local racer Titipong Varokorn, who was less fortunate. From Thailand, Leon returned to Andorra, where he underwent a full medical examination. His wheel is really injured, but surgery is not required.
Kamye’s knee is swollen and sore. Leon will begin physiotherapy this week to prepare for the next phase in Aragon (April 5-7).
Titipong Varokorn broke several ribs and two vertebrae in the thoracic region. He has already had an operation – everything is fine.
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