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Derek Anderson – Back

Remark: Dupree 1 Inc/HRI Vickery Motorsports’ Derek Anderson hit an opening stuck at the last round of Lucasa Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship in Pala, CA, compacting his back and enduring a herniated plate. He had a season best in general at Pala completing seventeenth in the 450 Class. He will no doubt be out the greater part of the 2011 SX season yet wants to come back to activity toward the begin of the outside in Hangtown, CA.

Jimmy Albertson – Knee

Remark: Albertson slammed on the third lap of his second qualifying session and got his leg under the bicycle. It was at first felt that he broke his leg, however X Rays demonstrated no broken bones. Albertson headed back home to see an expert to have the proper assessment done, so search for a refresh one week from now.

Michael Byrne – Wrist

Remark: The new BTOSports.com/BBMX Suzuki pilot endured a Lunate disengagement of his correct wrist at the Bercy SX back in November. The damage required surgery, yet is mending fine and he is booked to come back to hustling at Anaheim 2.

Matt Goerke – Ankle

Remark: The TiLube rider harmed his lower leg while planning for Anaheim 1. Goerke’s specialist said it ought to be a rapid recuperation, however don’t search for him to return till in any event Round 4.

Josh Hill – Femur, Pelvis, Humerus

Remark: While preparaing for the 2010 X Games, Josh maintained a broken femur, broken pelvis and broken humerus. He at that point endured compartment disorder in his drop leg which backed off the recuperation procedure. “Josh is right now riding and setting off to the races assisting new Dodge/Hart and Huntington colleagues Ivan Tedesco and Chris Blose,” says Hill’s operator, Jimmy Button. “His recovery is going extremely well and we anticipate that him will be back on dashing structure in a couple of months.”

Josh Greco – Ankle

Remark: Privateer Josh Greco had an awful endo at Anaheim and broke his lower leg. He is getting surgery soon and anticipated that would make a full recuperation.

Wil Hahn – Back

Remark: Hahn amid the primary practice session at Anaheim 1 and arrived on his back. Hahn endured a pressure crack of his T-5 vertebra. It’ll be a couple of months before Hahn can continue his preparation schedule.

Jake Moss – Shoulder

Remark: Initial reports are that Moss endured shoulder damage subsequent to slamming at a German SX a weekend ago and is out for Phoenix.

Dan Reardon – Knee

Remark: The new JDR/J-Star/KTM pilot changed his knee preceding Anaheim 1, yet the harm was insignificant. Reardon is wanting to return at Round 3.

Jake Weimer – Arm

Remark: Suffered a broken arm preceding Anaheim 1. He is relied upon to return later this season.