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It's a remarkable achievement that Dan seems able to ride well on tracks he hasn't seen before in countries he hasn't raced in before. Keep it up and the future really could be bright for GB.

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Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations winner Gleb Chugunov has suffered a suspected broken leg after crashing in the European Under-21 Championship semi-final at Czech track Pilsen.

Chugunov took an ugly fall in heat 17, with meeting winner Dan Bewley able to avoid the Russian. But Arslan Fajzulin collected his fallen compatriot.

The Salavat-born rider was taken to hospital for checks, but early reports suggest the Wroclaw rider may have sustained a broken leg.

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1 hour ago, PHILIPRISING said:

Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations winner Gleb Chugunov has suffered a suspected broken leg after crashing in the European Under-21 Championship semi-final at Czech track Pilsen.

Chugunov took an ugly fall in heat 17, with meeting winner Dan Bewley able to avoid the Russian. But Arslan Fajzulin collected his fallen compatriot.

The Salavat-born rider was taken to hospital for checks, but early reports suggest the Wroclaw rider may have sustained a broken leg.

Poor guy. Notice he beat Dan in a run-off in Sweden after top 3 on 13 points

thanks to racers and royals and Bradford Ace for replies also

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2 hours ago, PHILIPRISING said:

Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations winner Gleb Chugunov has suffered a suspected broken leg after crashing in the European Under-21 Championship semi-final at Czech track Pilsen.

The incident occurred on the second lap while entering the second bend. Chugunov, leading the race, made an error and as a result of a skid fell on the track. Daniel Bewley, who chased him, managed to avoid him. Unfortunately, Arsłan Fajzulin was less attentive. The Russian rider at the last moment released the bike, but it did not protect his compatriot from a serious accident. At first, almost all fans were convinced that the Chugunov damaged his spinal cord. His scream was so loud that all the fans must have heard him. It lasted several seconds and was so harrowing that those who heard it turned their heads.

The ambulance arrived immediately. Witnesses who saw Chugunov's leg told us that the broken bone of the right leg pierced the skin. The first diagnoses speak of an open fracture of the right leg at the height of the ankle. When we saw the rider in the ambulance he was conscious and could move his arms. He was talking on a mobile phone, but it was obvious that he could hardly say full sentence because of the pain. After a moment, he was transferred to the second ambulance and immediately transported to the hospital.

The Slovak Martin Vaculik experienced a very similar injury this season. He had to undergo two operations and did not return to health for more than two months. His ankle will never be fully functional again.

source: Robert Borowy (sports.pl)

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Latest news about the injury to Chugunov is a double leg fracture- he has travelled to Wroclaw`s Vratislavia Hospital who work with the Wroclaw club.

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Draw for the final in Stralsund Germany on September 15th 

Lista startowa:
1. Wiktor Trofimow (Polska)
2. Wiktor Lampart (Polska)
3. Frederik Jakobsen (Dania)
4. Christian Thaysen (Dania)
5. Igor Kopeć-Sobczyński (Polska)
6. Joel Kling (Szwecja)
7. Hubert Czerniawski (Polska)
8. Jan Kvech (Czechy)
9. Patrick Hansen (Dania)
10. Dominik Kubera (Polska)
11. Lukas Fienhage (Niemcy)
12. Andreas Lyager (Dania)
13. Oleg Michaiłow (Łotwa)
14. Lasse Fredriksen (Norwegia)
15. Daniel Bewley (Wielka Brytania)
16. Patryk Wojdyło (Polska)
17. Nick Skorja (Słowenia)
18. Arsłan Fajzulin (Rosja)

 

 

 

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Filip Hjelmland crashed at the Oslo qualifier the past Saturday and according to to a message on his FB he suffered internal bleedings which
caused him to loose allot of blood, four injuries on his back/spine and gluteal muscle damage. He underwant ob emergency surgery
during Saturday/ He is doing ok though and have been up a bit, sitting and walking. The injuries will take 2 months to heal after which rehabilitation will start.

http://se.aktuellspeedway.eu/2018/08/01/hjelmlands-skada-allvarlig-opererades-akut-for-inre-blodningar/
 

 

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Updated line-up for Saturday`s final

1 TROFYMOV Viktor PZM Polish 2 LAMPART Wiktor PZM Polish 3 JAKOBSEN Frederick DMU Danish 4 THAYSEN Christian DMU Danish 5 KOPEĆ-SOBCZYŃSKI Igor PZM Polish 6 KLING Joel SVEMO Swedish 7 CZERNIAWSKI Hubert PZM Polish 8 KVECH Jan ACCR Czech 9 HANSEN Patrick DMU Danish 10 KUBERA Dominik PZM Polish 11 FIENHAGE Lukas DMSB German 12 HANSEN Andreas Lyager DMU Danish 13 MICHAILOVS Olegs LaMSF Latvian 14 FREDRIKSEN Lasse NMF Norwegian 15 FAYZULIN Arslan MFR Russian 16 WOJDYŁO Patryk PZM Polish 17 SKORJA Nick AMZS Slovenian 18 MOUNTAIN Cannor ACU British

 

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14 hours ago, racers and royals said:

Updated line-up for Saturday`s final

1 TROFYMOV Viktor PZM Polish 2 LAMPART Wiktor PZM Polish 3 JAKOBSEN Frederick DMU Danish 4 THAYSEN Christian DMU Danish 5 KOPEĆ-SOBCZYŃSKI Igor PZM Polish 6 KLING Joel SVEMO Swedish 7 CZERNIAWSKI Hubert PZM Polish 8 KVECH Jan ACCR Czech 9 HANSEN Patrick DMU Danish 10 KUBERA Dominik PZM Polish 11 FIENHAGE Lukas DMSB German 12 HANSEN Andreas Lyager DMU Danish 13 MICHAILOVS Olegs LaMSF Latvian 14 FREDRIKSEN Lasse NMF Norwegian 15 FAYZULIN Arslan MFR Russian 16 WOJDYŁO Patryk PZM Polish 17 SKORJA Nick AMZS Slovenian 18 MOUNTAIN Cannor ACU British

 

I hope Cannor? :D Mountain is OK after his crash at Leicester on Sunday.

Not R&R's spelling mistake, by the way. That's how the official Starting List has it. 

Edited by Gambo

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19 minutes ago, Gambo said:

I hope Cannor? :D Mountain is OK after his crash at Leicester on Sunday.

Not R&R's spelling mistake, by the way. That's how the official Starting List has it. 

The joys of copying and pasting- don`t quite know why there is a Hansen at 12  :) my top 3 are

1 kubera

2 Lyager/Jakobsen 

3 Hansen/Kling/Lampart.

Edited by racers and royals

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On 9/11/2018 at 11:56 AM, racers and royals said:

The joys of copying and pasting- don`t quite know why there is a Hansen at 12  :) my top 3 are

1 kubera

2 Lyager/Jakobsen 

3 Hansen/Kling/Lampart.

Result

1 Kubera

2 Lampart

3 Jakobsen

4 Lyager

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Just to add,Patrick Hansen was out of the meeting after a crash in which he temporarily lost consciousness and went to hospital with an injured lung and broken collarbone

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