collarbone


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collarbone

(kŏl′ər-bōn′)
n.

collarbone

See clavicle.
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Dowson, based with Phil Kirby, fractured his collarbone at Sedgefield on January 12 when suffering a final-fence fall on Vodka Red.
G has broken his collarbone for sure which is devastating for him," team principal Sir Dave Brailsford told Eurosport.
To play almost two hours with a broken collarbone was unbelievable.
I bust my collarbone two weeks ago and I was back racing again.
The surgery will plate his damaged collarbone and should allow him to ride again.
His collarbone has been plated and pinned and his back has been fixed up.
Crutchlow said: "Having only had surgery on my left collarbone just over a week ago I just couldn't afford to have another crash.
LE MANS, France: Australia's Casey Stoner recovered from a shaky start to seize victory Sunday in an eventful French Grand Prix where championship hopeful Dani Pedrosa crashed out and broke his collarbone again.
Bennett, one of Ireland's most promising cyclists, suffered a broken collarbone, thigh and head injuries when he collided with a car near Windgap in County Kilkenny while out on a morning training session.
Millar crashed in the Paris-Nice "race to the sun" in March, fracturing his collarbone, which forced him to re-assess and re-schedule his season.
LOS ANGELES: Lance Armstrong s broken collarbone is worse than thought, but the seven-time Tour de France champion said Tuesday he believed he could still be fit for the Giro d Italia after surgery on Wednesday.
26 (ANI): Cycling champion Lance Armstrong's broken collarbone will take at least eight weeks to heal, a surgeon who operated on him, has said.