Greg Minnaar Sustains Suspected AC Separation in Snowshoe World Cup Qualification Run [Updated with Video]

Sep 14, 2021 at 14:14
by Alicia Leggett  
There's a bit of discussion of Minnaar's injury right at the end.

Could the rainbow stripes really be cursed?

In his qualifying run today, Greg Minnaar hit a root, he said, that sent him into a losing battle with a tree.

Minnaar shared a video on Instagram of his team physio Laura Robson examining his injured shoulder and declaring it a separated AC joint, likely grade II or III, recognizable by the injury's signature step-down shape at the end of the collarbone.

Robson described the incident as Minnaar having 'concertinaed into a tree' but said he doesn't appear to have a head injury. The incident happened near the top of the course and he did not finish the run.

bigquotes'He just concertinaed into a tree' is not quite the outcome I was after when I entered the start hut today. Unfortunately, I hit a root that flung me funny and I ended up wrestling one of the locals [tree emoji]

Gutted is an understatement, but stoked for @luca_shaw laying down a solid run.

Let’s see what happens next…
Greg Minnaar

We wish him all the best in his recovery.

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 Apologies in advance for our healthcare
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flag mtbtrekracer (Sep 14, 2021 at 14:25) (Below Threshold)
 thats great you have health care like the rest of the world but the rest of the worlds is mostly free.
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flag deliriousduncan (Sep 14, 2021 at 14:32) (Below Threshold)
 TRUMP 2024
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 WAP... wrong ass president lol
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flag suspended-flesh (Sep 14, 2021 at 14:43) (Below Threshold)
 It kicks ass if you do a little planning like providing good insurance for yourself. Let's not start this again, but every ER I've been to on bike trips has been excellent. Covid-related bed shortages could be a new twist, however......
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 If i had good insurance (only if) i know where i would rather get surgery. And it aint canada.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: Just had surgery today in Trail, BC. Writing this in recovery and it's not the meds I'm high on. I just want to say I am so grateful to all the healthcare staff and my surgeon for making my experience nothing but positive.
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 @james182: stoked you had a good experience Smile
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: I have been run over by a car while walking with my bike in Whistler. I am still waiting for my money for a new bike and for the healthcare form from ICBC. I might have to go back to Europe to get check by a doctor. ICBC just cover $83 ...
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 @suspended-flesh: what about the poorer people who can’t afford good health insurance? How do they manage?
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: Thanks! not trying to dishonor those that haven't, cause that was my fear going in too. Just wanted to share a bit of positivity. Cheers!
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 @Ba1rog: I also wanted to share my great ICBC experience. That is all.
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 ER + West Virginia + Fall 2021 = No Thank You!
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flag p-m-z (Sep 14, 2021 at 15:33) (Below Threshold)
 @deliriousduncan: Off topic, but im with youuuu
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 I hope none of these riders have to get healthcare here! They'll be bankrupt!
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 @MTBeyondApparel: I don't think any US president will solve this.
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 @deliriousduncan: I think deleriousduncan suits the name.
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 I think deleriousduncan suits the name.
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flag tullie (Sep 14, 2021 at 15:40) (Below Threshold)
 You mean the healthcare system that is saving the world right now?
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 @james182: Glad for you, my frame, fork and rims were damaged during the accident. Went to a shop for inspection the repair quote was $8000, the proposition from ICBC is ridiculous and they cover basically nothing for the medical part just $83. So now I have a destroyed bike and my hand is in pain.
  • 3 0
 I wonder how much they charge for travel insurance to the USA. It’s gotta be through the roof.
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 @Itelemarkski: not so long as they are taking millions and millions of dollars in campaign contributions from pharma, health insurance, and healthcare systems, all of which lobby very successfully to maximize their healthcare profiteering

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 US Healthcare system: How much is your health worth to you?

Human: Everything I own

US healthcare system: I'll take it!!
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 @james182: To be fair, that's what I always say after surviving.......
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flag suspended-flesh (Sep 14, 2021 at 16:22) (Below Threshold)
 @CustardCountry: I was one of them and realized I needed a job that provided coverage so I made that choice. I know I was lucky to have picked up a trade along the way.
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 That is true. It's the Birth-Death Industrial Complex. Thanks, Capitalism!
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 @james182: did you crash on whiskey?
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flag Jamminator (Sep 14, 2021 at 16:49) (Below Threshold)
 Greg just has to change his name to Jorge and say he crossed down South.
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 @Ba1rog: this is icbc problem...not a healthcare problem.
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 @makripper: whisky actually. Well played.
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 having just been to the hospital local to snowshoe for a broken arm you have absolutely no idea how correct that statement is..... they took my pants off..... for a broken arm.......
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 @CustardCountry: If they cannot afford it, they ruin their credit and any chance of using a bank loan to own a house so they rent forever. Medical debt is the number 1 reason for bankruptcy in the USA.
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flag jrocksdh (Sep 14, 2021 at 17:36) (Below Threshold)
 Have u had a bad experience?
Try orange county ca next time. Most top Canadiens; Americans; go to the Dr Kramer bros.
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 @suspended-flesh: you haven't been to the hospitals in the area, lol...I hope they took him to Morgantown or out of the state.....
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flag DonLemont (Sep 14, 2021 at 18:11) (Below Threshold)
TRUMP 2028!!!
Corrected for you.
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 please just stop.. i wish Minnaar a quick and easy recovery
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flag JohanG (Sep 14, 2021 at 18:33) (Below Threshold)
 lol at you poors whinging about health care. As if the universe would miss you if you died.
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 @james182: Was your nurse as hot as the GOATS? I'd be running into trees all the time
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 @bikeryder85: Oh OK - you're right about that - no local knowledge
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 @DonLemont: That asset will be terminated by his keepers by then.
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 @james182: people always crash on that trail.. combining flow with abrupt rockfaces and your gunna have a bad time lol
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: If it is a 2nd or 3rd degree AC separation no surgery likely. I actually separated mine in Whistler and the clinic doc told me he would not recommend unless it is 4th or 5th. Too much risk of lung infection with surgery in that area. Rehab and strength training.
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 @CustardCountry: iirc, really low income people have coverage through Medicaid. I think it can be hard to access and I can’t speak to its quality. The people who are really screwed are working people without employer provided insurance. Buddy of mine pays $1400 a month for family of four in WA state. There’s really no other choice.
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 @Vlad-Putin: this is true and what I pay. And it’s not even that simple. You have to go to specific hospitals and a bunch of other conditions thrown in to make your life a living hell. And while you recover you will spend the next 2 years keeping track of bills from disparate sources none of which communicate with each other. The patient becomes the middleman between all these companies. It’s a fking soul sucking nightmare the us healthcare system
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 @james182: No worries man, I would rather free for all health care believe me. But when you see a top doc in the states (if you have the opportunity), the difference is substantial.
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 @blackthorne: $1400/month? For health insurance? That is a f*ckin nightmare man, move up here!
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 @blackthorne: hang on man let me get this straight, you pay $350 a week from your own hand - no employer contributions or anything for health insurance?
I hope I got this wrong because that's effed up if it's not and you got my sympathies for being right royally screwed.
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 @p0rtal00: Yep that sounds about right for private-sector or self-employed family men. It does suck!
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 @Vlad-Putin: this. The “affordable care act” is anything but affordable. With covered California We pay $1,760 a month ok ins with high deductibles. Self employed getting raped.
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flag Bushmaster123 (Sep 14, 2021 at 22:24) (Below Threshold)
 @CustardCountry: Geez us, there is healthcare for poor people. It called MediCal in California. There are plenty of affordable healthcare options under CoveredCalifornia plans. Or just get a job, most employers offer healthcare these days unless you're moving lawns, or a deadbeat loser drug addict. Every hospital emergency room in the country has to see you by law. If you're poor they're not going to bill you because they know you have no money. It does get complicated if you're hospitalized for serious illness of course, but no country is perfect. In 48 years, I have received excellent healthcare, even when I had not much money or no healthcare. Stop shitting on America for sport, especially being from your less than perfect country!
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 I watch enough cycling to know the condition of most of the European cyclists teeth compared to Americans.
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 @CustardCountry: Surprise..they end up going for free anyway and the dolts like me who work for a living end of paying for it.
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 @chriskneeland: and a "bit" more please
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 @dirktanzarian: Yeah mainly ICBC but I have been waiting for more than a month to see a specialist for my hand, i understand with covid etc. I still don't know what is going on. The doctors don't care. I cant properly ride my bike and it is painful to change gears on my car, so now i do first to fourth gear. Plus even if I am a victim I will have to pay tons of extra. I am gonna contact doctors in France to see if it is faster.

For mountain biking the best country to crash in is France, they call the helicopter and you don't have to pay ( our taxes pay lol ). You see helicopters almost every day in the PDS. I nicely opened my knee in Les Gets and 30 min after the crash went to a walking clinic and right away they sew my knee. 2 weeks after i was riding again. The nurses + doctor were covered by the government and had another insurance for France/Switzerland (10 euros per month). Canada is not bad but even before Covid good luck to have an appointment with a specialist, i will not even speak about the mental health problems in Vancouver.
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 @CustardCountry: ERs legally can’t turn anyone away, well unless their full. thanks COVID. But lots of people go to ERs that can’t pay and usually they’re the worst off and their bills are absorb by ….
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 @Ba1rog: i would say NZ and aus is right up there with this thing.
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if 2nd - for sure.
I had a 3rd - and after all the rehab and strength training I had no limitations on the movement and the reach, but did not have enough strength - so had to go ahead with the surgery and through rehab and strength training again in order to restore strength.
It is very personal - hope for Greg he can do without.
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 @Ba1rog: Seems like your issue is with ICBC, that’s the auto insurance of BC, unfortunately very different than the medical system, icbc goes through lawyers, litigation, and tribunals, before payouts are made. How was your experience at the hospital, that’s the medical system
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flag LS3VER33 (Sep 15, 2021 at 7:42) (Below Threshold)
 @deliriousduncan: Can't believe you'd want trump back, i mean look at how much better biden is doing with covid... oh wait it's almost as bad, even with vaccine now...
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 @p0rtal00: if you’re self employed, yes that’s what it costs to buy private family insurance. If you work for a good company health insurance is usually included, but you still could end up paying a lot when you get into an accident, depending on the plan.
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 @CustardCountry: @CustardCountry: What about poorer people?? They get the same care (best in the world) except they don't pay for it. Don't believe what you see on TV and the Internet. The "rich' people just pay extra in their insurance premiums, co-pays, etc. (I believe you call these "taxes" in your country) to cover the "poor people". The system is basically the same here except we get judged for being terrible humans by people who are no better.
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flag Bushmaster123 (Sep 15, 2021 at 8:13) (Below Threshold)
 OK Bernie...
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This is actually accurate. People are not dying in the street due to lack of healthcare options. Most of the urban carcasses just didn't give a f@ck. I see them. Don't know why you got the DV assault but maybe it's due to your normally caustic takes!
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 @suspended-flesh: yeah the downvotes don't mean much. My interpretation is that it's comments pinkbike doesn't want the public to see. I've seen smart and we'll worded comments that were in the right and actually true downvoted to shit.
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Trump voters: Refuse the vaccine and ignore covid guidelines

You: Blame Biden
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You're putting words in my mouth dude
I'm not blaming Biden, I'm just saying you can't blame covid on Trump, as most democrats do. As we can now see there's really not a lot the president can do to control the virus. I think both have done the best they could. Trump has repeatedly urged its supporters to get vaccinated, but at the end of the day it's there choice, and many choose not to.
I'm vaccinated btw, in case you were gonna go personal. I too don't understand why people have a problem with the covid shot, but will get a flu shot every year.
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 @LS3VER33: You can blame their attitude towards covid on Trump, which he helped galvanize. He could have set a better example from the outset. You think Biden's going to change these morons minds? Gtfoh.
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flag Bushmaster123 (Sep 15, 2021 at 12:23) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: I don't parrot the liberal media, that's why.. No, I'm not a "Trump supporter". I just call em like I see them, which is too much for Gen. X,Y, Z ...
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 @Ba1rog: that’s ICBC, not the Canadian health care system. Nothing but high praise for our system, and those that work within it.
ICBC on the other hand, bunch of bustards!
Do not sign anything, do not agree to anything, do not accept any ICBC provided treatment. Get a lawyer, and go after them.
Lying, cheating, dishonest, monopolizing bustards!
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 @Bushmaster123: haha you just lumped gen x y z as if they/we are all the same. Kinda makes your comment a paradox don’t you think?
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 @Bushmaster123: congrats, you outed yourself. Idiot Trump lover
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flag Bushmaster123 (Sep 17, 2021 at 7:54) (Below Threshold)
 @blackthorne: wow so original. F off dumlib...
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 I hope the tree is alright
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 It broke a limb, took a 10 min ride to the nursery and is currently filing for bankruptcy with a $200k medical bill. Things could be better for tree.
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 Nah, it knows that it is better looking after the incident.
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 Unfortunately it was a small business owner American tree with no insurance benefits, but it just started a promising Go Fund Tree so fingers crossed.
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 that sucks
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 don't mind me, just an idiot American over here googling 'concertinaed'
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 HAHA!!! My phone thinks its a word. Now I have to look it up too.America!!!
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 All y'all need more old timey music!
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 mama's got a squeezebox, daddy doesn't sleep at night!
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 Cathro qualifies and Minnaar is now out. There's not enough room on that mountain for 2 giants riding V10s
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 I'm assuming the Russians had something to do with this, with the goal of sabotaging my fantasy team. Thanks a lot comrades.
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flag deliriousduncan (Sep 14, 2021 at 14:45) (Below Threshold)
 @jgdblue it was Newsom
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 @deliriousduncan: I just voted against your boi Larry.
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 @suspended-flesh: lol... where is Arnold when you need him
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 @deliriousduncan: He's out there ranting against Q and antivaxxers.
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 The tree was older than Minnaar, that's why he won...
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 Snowshoe locals are reportedly tough as wood and tall as trees.
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 Still I’ve heard this one feels like it was hit head on by the horns of a flying goat.
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 Let's face it. He was too handsome... Needed some crazy lumps to make him more human. On that note.... Gws!
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 Snowshoe has bitten me a few times really bad. Like had to check to see if I shit myself kinda bad! %100 RAGDOLL
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 What tree was it? I’ll make sure to piss on it when I see it
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 The normal Snowshoe trails are incredibly/deceptively fast. Can only imagine what they did with the cup trail. Saw some of the trail building a month ago. Once I found out the nearest hospital is an hour away, I tried not to go full send.

Can’t wait to see some footage.
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 its the normal trails with a few new connectors. portal, pro dh, upper lower hareball
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 Is Minnaar mechanic Rat Boy's long lost older brother???
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 I thought it was ratboy after a few years of not training
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 Well.. Time to change my fantasy team.. joking aside, heal up man, that's not a fun injury. Been there, done that. Best wishes mate.
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 Too late my guy.
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 @suspended-flesh: different name same person what's happening my man
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 @weebleswobbles: I got Suspended for a bit and changed up mah name if that's what you mean.
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 @suspended-flesh: yes I remember you haha back for more!
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 If its a grade 3 thats his season done. Guess hes going to have to win next season at 41.
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 Just watching the video, I would imagine he would be in substantial pain if it was a stage 3. I had a stage 3 separation end of 2019, and the gap in my AC was about an inch, as well as some substantial swelling and bruising. I don't bruise easily either. I'm not saying it's not, but judging from what I'm seeing I highly doubt it. From.the sounds of things, he seems like he's contemplating if he's going to race tomorrow. If that was a stage 3, there would be no question that he's out for the season indeed. Here's to hoping it's really not, and the Goat can have a crack at the overall!!! What a story that would be.
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 @jomacba: @jomacba: Even if it's a grade 2 he is not racing tomorrow. Grade two means atleast one of the ligaments has torn completely. If there is a visual deformity it is atleast a grade two. Which is very painful.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: I won't argue with you, as I'm no medical professional. I have experienced a grade 3 and it suuuuuuuucked. That's my level of expertise. BUT!!!! It was still a great day of rising, and I'd do it again if I had to.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: riding* Autocorrect also sucks apperantly.
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 @jomacba: Yup grade 3 sucks balls. Grade one means ligaments are strained. grade 2 means one of the 3 ligaments in the AC joint is completely torn, 3 is all three ligaments. Greg probably was just sucking wind with some good IM anti inflammatories onboard.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: Could be. He may not even be human to be honest.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: and often an impact injury like that will damage the rotator cuff muscles as well - but won't really notice that until a few weeks down the road. ask me how I know. on both shoulders.
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 @RickBullotta: has my second physio appointment for an ACJ injury that I hoped would go away on its own. It didn't, and I probably have a wonky shoulder for life... I can confirm that if you shoulder barge a tree, it wins
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 Just had, not has, Grr, autocorrect
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 Heal soon GOAT. I also recently fought a tree, and the tree won. Unfortunately, that is the extent of our similarities on a bike.
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 Just watched practice and he did a couple of slow passes through the section he crashed on. I talked to Lyle and he's not 100% sure he'll race, but he's trying.

Also watched Cathro have a good one entering the same section. He tried a different entry into the woods than most riders were taking and the dirt didn't hold, sending him OTB into the woods. Fortunately, he was able to get up and continue.
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 ER doctor told me I had a ac separation when I broke my wrist, turned out 6 weeks later my clavical was still fully fractured.
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 Never trust an ER diagnosis like that. Their job is to keep you alive. Anything outside of that, all bets are off.
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 I am super butthurt right now!!!
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 @iamamodel: ... It's a figure of speech...
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 Oh well it's okay. He dropped by World's and won it, just to remind everyone, "I'm the f*cking GOAT bitches! See you next year! Peace out."
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 Pretty sure "concertinaed" is first time I've ever needed to look up a word from PB.
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 How did this turn into a health care circle jerk?
  • 1 0
 because no one studied in school apparently
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 I think we need some Syndicate merch with a goat headbutting and uprooting a tree
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 There are two questions they ask you in the ER in the US before they do anything.
Question#1 Do you have medical insurance?
Question#2 Do you own a home?
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 sitting here in my office right now with same injury. Happened yesterday on the trail. Zigged when I should have zagged. Hurts like a mother.
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 Damn, heal up quickly! I'm always so interested to see how the GOAT does.
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 Honestly think he was favourite on that course.
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 Does one ever have a WINNING battle with a tree? I think the entire history of humans in motion vs. trees not in motion, that battle has only ever ended one way.
  • 2 0
 Kinda? I was in middle school playing tackle football with the older neighborhood kids. I was bigger than all of them though, so it was 3 of them vs me and one little kid. I was running with the ball, one of the kids grabbed my arm to try and tackle me, spun me all the way around and I ran through/over a small tree. He let go because he thought I was probably hurt, but I just kept running for the TD!

Tree was maybe 6' tall, 1.5" diameter lol, bent easy. But still a win in my 6th grade book!
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 maybe! there was a tree on a race track in spicak at a european cup once. couple of training laps later the tree was lying on the side… dont know what he had done to the human wrestler before he gave way though… we will never know - poor tree wasnt able to tell stories anymore
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 @alexandraw: Not too much, he hit it and the tree fell. There's a video on YouTube that shows the incident.
  • 1 0
 Gutted for Greg. Heal up fast! I have troubles with both my shoulders separating, it can be annoying sometimes, however still rideable
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 This is the GOAT, Mr Minnnnnnn ... given how tough he is, and how fast he is I have only one question ... IS THE POOR TREE OK?
  • 2 0
 USA and their lame health care system. Greatest country my ass!! NHS all day any day.
  • 1 0
 Did he not get 3rd at Ft Bill whilst breaking his shoulder blade? Barely a scratch to him
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 I've had 3 AC separations, 2 needing surgery. Can anyone beat that? I'm sure you can Smile
  • 5 0
 Sitting here 8 weeks after ac hook plate surgery. Currently have a picture of my surgeons face on a dart board
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 Is your username anything to do with it? Gotta get your back in to it and take the strain of your shoulders
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 I tore MCL and ACL on a tennis scholarship . Great times.
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 My head fell off a couple of years ago. That smarted
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 3 AC separations. All stage 3. right shoulder twice (2000 and 2007), had surgery the 2nd time. Left shoulder most recently 2 years ago; and wish I had surgery; but snowmobile season was coming so I went for the quicker recovery of 3 months without surgery vs 6 months with surgery. Doc told me if I came back years later and wanted the surgery; it would be the same procedure and same recovery time: 6 months. Would strongly recommend immediate surgery for stage 3. Figure I'll crash hard again eventually and get my shoulder fixed during my next surgery.
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 @Mfro: Lucky you got better.
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 I had a paper cut once. Really hut. 4 shoulder separations, only grade 1,2. Broke scapula into 3, top rib and 3 other ribs last year, now that one really hurt.
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 I had a grade 4 separation and the surgeon wanted to leave it be and not operate. Couldn't work or ride for 3 months but after a year it was pretty good. Wishing Minnaar a quick recovery and hope this injury isn't a career finisher.
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 @skiandmtbdirtbag: Hook plate? Oh my god I feel sorry for you. Very old-fashioned method. Rockwood V for me and I´m 8 weeks after tight ropes and wait for the AC wire to be removed tomorrow. Hopefully back on the bike in 6 weeks!
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 @tetonlarry: This is about my experience. Not the frequency of injury, I only did one shoulder - but couldn't find a doctor, so after 8 weeks decided it didn't make a difference I can opt to do it later. Fresh injuries heal better, with Grade 3. Looking forward to the crash that lets me go under the knife - hopefully it's in the fall.
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 @dh-corn: Yeah dude, If I knew now what I knew back then!
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 Rub some dirt on it
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 Remember the days pre-op where he used to pop his shoulder back in mid race run?
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 Different injury. Shoulder separation is not shoulder dislocation.
  • 1 0
 Greg looked very unimpressed with the state of play in that video. Can't blame him.
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 I had a terrible ac separation s year and a half ago. Never been the same. Good luck Greg.
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 If you're gonna ride MTB's pretty much say goodbye to your AC joints. However Greg's injury isn't something that an Ortho surgeon would fix, it will heal fine on it's own.
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 Heal up Greg! That must’ve been one tough tree
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 GOAT vs. Tree. Get well Greg!
  • 1 0
 “Updated with video… that doesn’t contain CRASH FOOTAGE”
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 Speaking as a fellow 82’er with a freshly separated ac joint…..shit.
  • 1 0
 First Jack Moir in the EWS now Minnar in the DH. DOH!!
  • 1 0
 Do the stripes have a curse? I mean, if they do, nobody told Pompon...
  • 1 0
 Damn world champs curse hittin quick
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 Ouch! That sucks.
  • 1 1
 I wonder how much Greg payed her to call him a sore BOY.
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 @#$& let me change my pick!
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