7/6/2018 1:05pm Edited Date/Time 7/21/2018 4:06pm
Last Sunday I had a strong fall in the World Cup in Indonesia. My body could not stand the impact and I dislocated both shoulders. It was horrible to reposition my arms in that hospital, where they even aggravated my injury. The trip back was also hard. I still do not understand why we run in those places ... Back in Germany, the doctors have evaluated my injuries. The valuation is not good and I will have to operate on both shoulders. It hurts me a lot to not be able to continue after the good season I had. ?? Thank you all for the messages of support.
Just had rotator cuff surgery and it was unpleasant to say the least. Hope all the best for you and heal up quick!
Best of luck!
It was one like this ...
2 races in Indonesia
2 in China
They had a bunch of guys just standing out there along the track just looking around oblivious to the actual race. Just a bunch of bodys to make it look like they are flagging.
This young man may have received the worst medical care possible, or been cared for fantastically, but it's pretty difficult to know for sure because he wasn't instantly "fixed". Needing surgery now certainly isn't an indicator, as he may have needed those no matter who administered his initial care. It's likely that his team asked his doctor to get him patched up enough to travel to Europe, with full intentions of continuing his care closer to home.
But the one thing that he makes a definite great point on is that Luongo is a piece of shit.......
Hundreds of bros around the world applaud your desperation.
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