Electraction TM’s Josh Green has suffered another setback in his preparation for this coming season. While putting the finishing touches to winter training programme in Australia before returning back to Europe, Green, a winner at the EWC GP of Greece, crashed on his local motocross track. Although only a minor crash, the resulting impact left Josh with a dislocated shoulder. The timing of the incident could not have come at a worse time as Green was due to return to the United Kingdom to compete in the opening round of the British Enduro Championship (BEC) on February 13th having finally resolved his UK Visa problems.
It is hoped that the injury will not require surgery and that Josh will be fit to compete at rounds three and four of the Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship on March 19/20.
Josh Green (Electraction TM): “I’m so disappointed that this has happened. I’d finally got all my visa issues sorted and was ready to return back to Europe just in time to compete in the first round of the BEC next week. I had an awkward little crash while doing a sighting lap on my local track. I came up short on a downhill double jump, it sent me over the bars and I landed hard on my shoulder. Luckily I have enough time before the start of the Enduro World Championship to recover and regroup.”