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    Biaggi Out of Italian World Supermoto Round - Breaks Ankle
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    Max Biaggi’s hopes of completing in the Italian round of the World Supermoto championships took a beating yesterday when he broke his ankle during a practice session near his home.
    Several media reports state that Clinica Mobile doctor Claudio Costa consulted with Biaggi and referred him to a clinic in France to have his ankle operated on, this is a little unusual, thus fuelling rumours that the factures are a little more complex than first announced.

    It could take up to two months for him to recover, fortunately for Biaggi he will only miss the HRC test session at Jerez on November 23-25, the extra time being covered by the MotoGP ban on testing during December and January.

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    Well, that pretty much gives him his whinge excuse untill returement .. "Well you know.. my ankle was giving me so much pain"
    Whoever is unjust, let him be unjust still

    Whoever is righteous, let him be righteous still

    Whoever is filthy... let him be filthy still

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    • #3
      (from an old post)

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      • #4
        ahahahahaha...fuck that pic is funny...

        Russ
        Fat kids always win at see-saw

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        • #5
          hehehe, love that pic. Maybe Sete will beat his team mate on that ride the way he is going.

          So on the eight day, after wasting time faffing about with unimportant guff like heaven & earth & the waters & sky & creatures [& having a wee kip] & man.... God created PSB (GenesiSX-R1000)

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          • #6
            UPDATE ON BIAGGI

            FOUR-TIME world motorcycling champion Max Biaggi had a successful operation on his broken left leg today following a practice crash.

            Biaggi, who won the 250cc category from 1994 to 1997, had an 80-minute operation in Lyon, France following his crash near Latina to the south of Rome on Monday, and is expected to be back on his Honda at the end of January next year.

            He finished third in this year's MotoGP category.

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            • #7
              As Pac said, he has more to cry about next year though :roll:

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