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Marc Marquez To Start Physiotherapy Six Weeks After Surgery

Those of you who are fans of MotoGp would certainly be aware of the struggles Marc Marquez has been facing ever since his crash in July 2020 where he broke his right arm as a result. Having undergone surgery a few times, we saw Marquez return to racing not too long after, but was clearly struggling to reach his peak performance prior to the accident.
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Marc Marquez Updates Fans On Recovery With Social Media Posts

The story of Marc Marquez’s injured right humerus is a long and winding one, filled with frustration, pain, and a lot of surgery. In fact, the Spaniard recently underwent yet another surgery on his right arm, marking the fourth time he would go under the knife to fix his injured arm.
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Marc Marquez Delivers Open Letter To Fans Following Arm Surgery

Could this be the end for Marc Marquez? Will he ever ride the same again? Can the six-time MotoGP champ still win another title? Those questions swirled about the Grand Prix paddock when Marc Marquez bowed out of the 2022 MotoGP season for his fourth arm surgery. A right humerus...

Marc Marquez Completes First Post-Operation Medical Check-Up

Injuries have plagued six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez for the past three seasons. Following a violent crash at Spain’s Jerez Circuit, the Repsol Honda rider sat out the rest of the 2020 season due to an arm injury. Marquez returned in 2021, tallying three wins before a late-season crash sidelined the eight-time world champ for the final two rounds of the season.

Marc Márquez Latest Arm Surgery Deemed A Success By His Medical Team

Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Márquez has had a rough time for the past couple of years. Once considered well-nigh unstoppable, the undeniably talented racer has been on a run of serious bad medical luck since breaking his right arm in July, 2020. Since that time, he’s had multiple surgeries, been diagnosed with diplopia twice (that’s double vision, and undoubtedly a major liability on track), and has tried to continue racing through it all.

Marc Marquez Is Set To Undergo Fourth Surgery On Injured Right Arm

Marc Marquez will travel to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota for his fourth operation on his right humerus. In recent months, the Repsol Honda Team rider has had serious difficulties caused by his injured right arm that have hindered him from functioning at his best. As a result, he has decided to have surgery yet again 18 months following his last procedure.
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MotoGP: Is Pedro Acosta The Next Marc Marquez? - gallery

Pedro Acosta has already made plenty of headlines in his short but ongoing career in the MotoGP paddock. Thanks to his record-breaking rookie title in Moto3, he was almost immediately compared with names such as Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, and Mike Hailwood. Standing true to these claims, Acosta went on...

6-time MotoGP champ Marc Márquez to undergo 4th surgery on arm

MADRID -- Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Márquez has opted to undergo a fourth surgery on his right arm and will be off the track for an unspecified period of time. Márquez has been the top rider in MotoGP for the past decade after winning world titles in its top category in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. The Spanish-born racer previously won two more world titles in lower categories.

Marc Marquez to miss more MotoGP racing for further surgery

Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez is set for another break from the sport to have surgery on his right arm and shoulder. The Spaniard will race at Sunday's Italian Grand Prix before travelling to the United States, with no timescale on his return. Marquez, 29, broke his right arm...

Marc Márquez Rides From Last To Sixth At MotoGP's Race In Austin

This weekend, the FIM MotoGP World Championship visited the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas for the fourth round of its 2022 season. Also, eight-time world champion Marc Márquez returned after missing the last round recovering from his massive crash in the Indonesian Grand Prix warm-up session. Márquez has won seven of MotoGP’s eight visits to Austin so far. Though, today’s Grand Prix of the Americas would have a new winner.