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Marquez declared fit to ride at MotoGP Andalusian GP

Just four days after an operation on a broken right arm in the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix, Marc Marquez has been declared fit to ride in this weekend's Andalusian GP. Marquez crashed heavily on lap 22 of 25 of last Sunday's season-opener at Jerez and broken the humerus bone in his right arm. The reigning world champion flew to hospital in Barcelona on Monday and underwent an operation - carried out by famed MotoGP surgeon Dr. Xavier Mir - on Tuesday morning, where a plate and some screws were fixed to the bone. The operation proved a success and, crucially, no damage to the radial nerve was discovered. Though both doctors and Honda said Marquez would be out of this weekend's second outing...
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