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Stoner Details Fresh Chronic Fatigue Struggle

Wednesday 4 December 2019

 

From Motorsport.com:

 

Casey Stoner
Casey Stoner
 

Stoner details fresh chronic fatigue struggle

By Andrew van Leeuwen
December 3, 2019
© 2019 Motorsport Network. All rights reserved.

Casey Stoner has opened up on a fresh battle with chronic fatigue that has left him unable to stay fit enough to do any meaningful riding.

The retired two-time MotoGP champion revealed on the latest episode of the Rusty's Garage podcast that he's currently on medication to deal with a serious bout of chronic fatigue syndrome.

It's not his first battle with fatigue, the Aussie missing three races back in 2009 for chronic fatigue that was later linked to an intolerance to lactose.

According to Stoner, this new fight against fatigue is serious enough that even taking part in hobbies such as karting and archery is out of the question.

"I haven't been out [karting] in over a year now," he told host Greg Rust.

"I don't have the energy to get out there anymore. I don't have the energy to go out there and do that for the day, it'll put me on the couch for another week."

 

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