CWM LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow had surgery on his left shoulder recently and is now recovering at home. The CWM LCR Honda rider who lives at the Isle of Man is expected to recover and fly to America at the end of November for a winter training camp. Cal is certain his 2015 season is going to be much more successful than 2014 onboard the Honda machine. 

Whilst he trains in America, Cal will be looking forward to testing at the Malaysian track Sepang in February. It is crucial that his fitness is up to scratch by the time this test arrives. 

Crutchlow was operated at the Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle where he had a plate removed from his left collarbone that was put there in 2011 after a nasty crash which saw him break the bone quite severely. Cal is not short of an injury list! Len Funk, a Consultant Shoulder Surgeon and Professor of Orthopaedics & Sports Science completed the operation and also cleaned up his shoulder of arthritis and any other issues that were stopping Cal from giving more than 100% in the cold conditions.

Cal stated that he obtained arthritis in his left shoulder after a crash in 2010. It was painful for him in the cold climate conditions. The plate is now gone and he feels much better. Cal is looking forward to his next outing aboard the RCV and is ready to push more than ever to achieve success! 

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Myanna Wedes

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