Injury Report: Hangtown

Injury Report Hangtown

May 18, 2017 3:15pm

Benny Bloss – Shoulder/Humerus

Comment: Bloss is expected to miss the first four rounds after fracturing his humerus and dislocating his shoulder in Minneapolis.

Trey Canard – Collarbone

Comment: Canard injured his collarbone while practicing and is expected to miss the first three rounds of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.

Adam and Tyler Enticknap – Multiple Injuries

Comment: Both Enticknap brothers are recovering from injuries sustained in the final round of Monster Energy Supercross in Las Vegas.

Adam sustained broken ribs, two broken collarbones, and a partially collapsed lung, after crashing in the whoops in the main event and getting hit by Jake Weimer. As of now there is no timetable for his return.  

Tyler sustained a broken tibula and fibula in the 450 semi race after making a mistake in a rhythm section. According to his Instagram he went in for surgery on May 10, to have two plates put in. He says he will make a full recovery in three to four months.

@tylerenticknap723 new #LITKIT ! The doctor says it went perfect!!!! Recovery time!! ????

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Davi Millsaps – Wrists 

Comment: Millsaps has been racing with separate wrist injuries and has opted to undergo surgery to correct the problems. He hopes to return to racing at some point during the summer, but as of now is not sure when that will be.

Phil Nicoletti – Ankle/Heel/Fibula 

Comment: Nicoletti won’t be back until the last few races of the 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at the earliest. He’s currently recovering from a dislocated ankle, shattered heel, and fractured lower fibula.

Weston Peick – Wrist

Comment: Peick is back riding and will race at Hangtown.

Ken Roczen – Wrist, Elbow, Forearm

Comment: Roczen suffered a big crash at Anaheim 2 and is still recovering from injuries to his wrist, elbow, and radius (forearm). Christian Craig will fill-in for him in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.

Cole Seely – Leg

Comment: Seely will return to racing at Hangtown after dealing with torn adductor muscles suffered during supercross.

Broc Tickle – Wrist

Comment: Tickle missed Las Vegas with a fractured bone in his wrist, but will be back racing at Hangtown.

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Chris Alldredge – Various

Comment: Alldredge sustained serious injuries in Seattle, including: a partially collapsed lung, lacerated liver, a fractured rib, fractured pelvis, and fractured L1, L2, L3, and L4. On Instagram he said he’s going to try to come back for a few Nationals this summer.

Matt Bisceglia – Foot/Leg

Comment: Bisceglia’s team hopes he can come back for High Point after breaking his leg while practicing at Glen Helen.

Coming soon.

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RJ Hampshire – Tib/Fib

Comment: Hampshire broke his tib/fib in Toronto. He’d hoped to be ready for Hangtown, but it’s not going to happen. An exact timetable for his return has yet to be announced, but he will be back at some point this summer.

Lorenzo Locurcio - Back, Ribs

Comment: Locurcio will be back racing after missing Las Vegas due to deep bruising suffered in East Rutherford.

Alex Martin – Back

Comment: Martin will be back for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross after crashing hard in Detroit during practice.

Jeremy Martin – Back

Comment: Martin missed Las Vegas after crashing in practice but will return to racing at Hangtown.

Colt Nichols – Knee/Tibia

Comment: Nichols will be back racing at Hangtown after missing some time with a torn MCL and fractured tibia.

Chase Sexton – Femur

Comment: Sexton broke his femur during practice in Atlanta and missed the rest of Monster Energy Supercross. He’s out for Hangtown as well.

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Jordon Smith - Back

Comment: Due to a back injury sustained at the final round of supercross, Smith will miss the season opener at Hangtown.

Bradley Taft – Concussion

Comment: Taft is back riding, but isn’t quite ready to race just yet after suffering a concussion before Anaheim 2. He’s out for Hangtown.

Colton Aeck and Jimmy Albertson are both still recovering after suffering huge injuries in supercross. To donate to their recovery funds click here for Aeck, and here for Albertson.