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'It's Destroying Me': Casey Stoner's Grim Revelation Amid Illness Battle

Tuesday 1 December 2020

 

From Channel Nine's Wide World of Sport:

 

Casey Stoner
Casey Stoner.
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'It's destroying me': Casey Stoner's grim revelation amid illness battle

By Marc Churches
November 27, 2020
© 2020 Nine Digital Pty Ltd.

Australian MotoGP legend Casey Stoner has revealed his ongoing battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is "destroying" him as he struggles to go about his daily life.

The two-time MotoGP World Champion revealed last year that he had been diagnosed with the debilitating illness, which impacts on sleep, causes profound fatigue and difficulties with memory.

Just last month he told Nine how his life spiralled "downhill" from the moment he first realised he had succumbed to the illness.

Stoner, who retired from MotoGP in 2012, has again spoken about his battle with the illness, saying that he can longer manager it after hoping that if he trained enough, it would all go away.

 

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