Jorge Prado returns to the World Cup and will compete in Sardinia


Jorge Prado returns to the Motocross World Championship this weekend, at the Sardinia Grand Prixafter recovering from the dislocated shoulder he suffered three weeks ago in regular training on the Rome track.

The return of the double Motocross world champion is in the eighth round of the World Championship and He made sure he was very happy with the evolution of the injury, after moving to Brussels to perform recovery work through physiotherapy and bicycle training.

From the first moment I placed myself in the hands of the best team of physios in Antwerp, who did an amazing job.“, stressed the Galician pilot in a press release.

Following the medical team’s permission, Prado conducted several training sessions at the beginning of the week, first on the mountain bike and then two test sessions on his Gas Station on terrain similar to the Riola Sardo track. “I noticed shoulder stiffness every day and I never felt any discomfort,” he confesses.

The Galician rider was injured when he finished second in the World Championship standings, but has now fallen to fourth position. Prado will face the race with high spirits and hopes to continue his position throughout the season. “The World Cup is very long, we haven’t even reached half of the championship and whatever happens in this sport,” he explained.

After the appointment in Sardinia, Prado’s next destination will be the Spanish Grand Prix to be held at the Xanadú circuit in Arroyomolinos. The Galician, who is working to get Madrid in shape, expressed that he wanted that circuit as well as the atmosphere created at the stands to be unique. “I want to repeat the successes of the last two years there because the fans deserve it.”

Source: La Verdad


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