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Crutchlow’s arm 'a disaster' following post-Styrian MotoGP surgery

LCR MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow says the situation with his right arm is currently a "disaster" following arm pump surgery after the Styrian Grand Prix. Crutchlow fractured his left wrist in a crash during warm-up for the Spanish Grand Prix, though was back in action for the following week's Andalusian GP at Jerez. It was here he began to suffer with arm pump in his right arm, as he was compensating more on this side of his body as a result of his injured wrist. Having not suffered the issue for several years, it persisted in the following races, with Crutchlow going under the knife after the Styrian GP to have the issue corrected. But since then, he has had issues with...
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