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BAD BREAK FOR LIDSEY

Aussie U21 champion Jaimon Lidsey faces a race against time to be fit for the new season after reportedly sustaining a broken collarbone.

04 / 03 / 2019, 12:54

Australian Under-21 champion Jaimon Lidsey faces a race against time to be fit for the new season after reportedly sustaining a broken collarbone.

Lidsey is said to have suffered the injury Down Under on Saturday. While it is unclear where he was riding, his local club Mildura were due to stage a practice session that night.

The news was confirmed by his Polish parent club Leszno’s official Facebook page and the Ekstraliga champions say the young gun will arrive in Poland this Sunday to get his rehabilitation started.

The post read: “Upsetting info from Australia. Jaimon Lidsey on Saturday night broke his collarbone. This Sunday, Jaimo arrives in Poland to start rehabilitation with us. Jaimon feels good and believes in a very fast return to the track. ‪SPEEDY RECOVERY JL.”

The news also comes as an early blow to Lidsey’s British club Belle Vue, who launch their SGB Premiership season at Peterborough on April 1.

 

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