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“Disease is destroying me, I cannot manage it” - Stoner on fatigue illness

Two-time MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner has revealed his chronic fatigue syndrome has worsened since going public about the illness last year, saying he starts a day with only ‘50% energy’ at best. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Champion in 2007 and 2011 with Ducati and Honda respectively, despite a relatively short career - which he concluded in 2012 aged only 27 - Stoner is regarded as one of the greatest MotoGP riders of all time.  Since then, Stoner has largely stayed out of the limelight with minimal media appearances and track activity reduced to sporadic MotoGP tests. However, he’d return to the headlines in December 2019 when he revealed he is...
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