Whtye-Dennis injured

By |2018-07-18T00:25:09+00:00July 18th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|Tags: , |

AUSTRALIA. Currently sitting in fifth place of the 2018 Australian Women’s Motocross Championship, Victorian Courtney Whtye-Dennis has suffered a minor setback on the weekend.

“Unfortunately over the weekend, I had a crash which resulted in a torn rotator cuff and a fractured scapular,” stated Whtye-Dennis.

With the final round of the Australian Women’s Motocross Championship slated for 11/12 August at Coolum, Queensland the injury will most likely put her out of the final round.

With Courtney Whtye-Dennis not contesting the 2018 Victorian Ladies Expert class due to a scheduling conflict, in fact, none of the 2017 Podium Finishers has contested the 2018 Victorian Ladies Expert Championships, Courtney will be looking for a better 2019 racing season.

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