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Dovizioso passed fit to race in Spanish MotoGP after collarbone break

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso has been passed fit to race in this weekend's season-opening Spanish Grand Prix just weeks after breaking his collarbone in a motocross race incident. Dovizioso was taking part in the Emilia Romagna regional motocross championships late last month when he crashed heavily onto his left shoulder and broke his collarbone. He was taken to hospital for checks before the decision was taken by Ducati and himself to have the collarbone operated on, rather than let it heal on its own as is common with injuries of that nature, to be ready in time for the first race of the delayed 2020 campaign. Beginning training just two days after surgery, Dovizioso has been...
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