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No words could ever describe how I feel right now... Dislocated ankle, broken Tib & Fib, ligament tears & all the rest... It’s part of the game and sometimes you get dealt with some pretty shitty cards. Sometimes more than once or twice...But good players don’t need good cards.
After spending the majority of last racing season rehabbing her shoulder from a heinous crash at Fort William, it looks like Tahnee Seagrave is repeating the process for a new ankle injury. The racer crashed while dirt jumping last weekend which resulted in a dislocated ankle, broken tibia and fibula, and a few torn ligaments. If you've got a queasy stomach, I'd suggest not watching the videos of her foot being corrected. It's not pretty.
Seagrave is slated for surgery, and recovery time is uncertain. With the start of the World Cup season just around the corner, her presence will be missed in the women’s field. I wouldn’t put it past Seagrave to make a late comeback, though. Even though she was absent for three months last year, she was able to pull off a surprise second-place finish at the Mont Sainte-Anne race in September. Don't write her off just yet.
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