Kyle Chisholm Injury and preparation for the Supercross Season
Kyle Chisholm injured his knee at High Point National this 2018 outdoor season. Due to some bone bruising and damage to his meniscus, he will be out until the SX season.
Kyle provided an update through his social media that he may have an torn ACL.
Here is some info on this type of injury.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of four ligaments that help stabilize the knee. It is the most commonly injured knee ligament.
ACL injury usually occurs when the knee is hyperextended (straightened) and a pivot occurs simultaneously. The injury may occur with or without contact.
Hopefully Kyle can recover quickly, because the Lucas Oil season is already well underway.
He stated a previous recovery from this injury twice before and he’ll be back for the Monster Energy Supercross season even stronger.
The Supercross indoor season and now the Motocross outdoor season have had some key injuries and major point swings. At this point anything can happen and probably will.
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