Recharge: Muddy Creek Injury ReportFriday, May 31, 2013 | 12:00 PM
Auston Albers - Torn ACL/MCL
Comment: Albers damaged his knee at Thunder Valley and will miss the next several rounds.
Jimmy Albertson – Broken Scaphoid
Comment: Albertson crashed on the start of the LCQ in Toronto and will miss Muddy Creek this Saturday.
Christian Craig – Broken Scaphoid
Comment: Craig will miss the 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.
Kyle Chisholm – Injured Ankles, Leg and Knee
Comment: Chisholm broke a bone above his ankle in his left leg and injured his knee after a midair collision with Matt Goerke in St. Louis. Chisholm underwent surgery for his injuries and will miss the first several races of the season.
Matt Goerke – Broken Wrist
Comment: Goerke hopes to be back by Budds Creek.
Dean Wilson will miss Muddy Creek after suffering a shoulder injury earlier this week.
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Ben LaMay – Torn MCL
Comment: LaMay tore his MCL during practice the week before the Las Vegas Supercross. He’ll make his return to racing this weekend at the Built Ford Tough Tennessee National.
Matt Lemoine – Torn ACL
Comment: Lemoine tore his ACL in practice in Dallas and underwent surgery and doesn’t plan on being back until after the Nationals.
Davi Millsaps – Injured Knee
Comment: Millsaps underwent surgery to fix a knee injury suffered during supercross and will miss the Nationals.
Justin Sipes – Torn ACL, MCL, PCL, and Meniscus
Comment: Sipes went down during his heat race in Houston and will not be racing Muddy Creek.
Dean Wilson – Shoulder Injury
Comment: Wilson suffered a crash during practice this week that will knock him out of action for the weekend. His long-term status is currently unknown. Wilson tweeted the following after his crash: “@DeanWilson15 Words can't describe how gutted I am. Training yesterday bike blew up off jump and might have re injured shoulder. Can't believe it.”
Gannon Audette – Fractured Pelvis and Clavicle
Comment: Audette sustained a fractured pelvis and clavicle in Dallas. Audette has resumed riding and plans on returning to racing at RedBud.
Zach Bell – Shoulder Injury
Comment: Zach Bell returned to racing at Hangtown after missing some supercross with a shoulder injury, but missed Thunder Valley with the same injury. He will miss Muddy Creek this weekend as well. The team expects to have a long-term prognosis next week.
A shoulder injury may keep Bell on the sidelines beyond Muddy Creek.
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Jake Canada - Broken Wrist
Comment: Canada broke his wrist in practice before Thunder Valley and will miss the next several rounds.
Comment: Cianciarulo missed Hangtown and Thunder Valley with salmonella poisoning, which has also sidelined him for Muddy Creek this weekend. He is back riding but will not return to racing until he is 100 percent healthy.
Darryn Durham – Leg Injury
Comment: Durham crashed in the second moto at Hangtown, injuring his leg in the process. He attempted to race at Thunder Valley, but after being unable to grip the bike with his legs during morning practice he called it a day. His team says he’s not 100 percent, but he will attempt to race this weekend at Muddy Creek.
Zack Freeberg – Cracked Tibia
Comment: Freeberg injured himself during supercross. He plans on getting back at it at High Point.
Wil Hahn – Broken Hand
Comment: Hahn crashed in the whoops in practice at the Las Vegas Supercross and broke his hand. He will not be racing until Budds Creek.
Canada will miss the next few rounds with a wrist injury.
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Chris Johnson – Bruised Pelvis
Comment: Johnson is scheduled to return to racing at High Point.
Jessy Nelson – Injured Elbow
Comment: Nelson hurt his elbow during supercross. He tried to come back for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, but he just wasn’t ready. “It’s tough to go racing without him but the smart thing to do is get him 100 percent healthy,” said team manager Tyler Keefe in a recent team press release. Nelson is out indefinitely.
Kyle Peters – Strained Shoulder, Hip and Ribs
Comment: Peters crashed during the Easter break while practicing on his 450. He plans on racing the Built Ford Tough Tennessee National.
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