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In total, for the racers who compete in every one of those events, this is 34 races in the span of 40 weeks, in probably the most physically demanding and injury-inducing sports on the planet. Considering all of this, Red Bull KTMs Ryan Dungey has had a run of health and success that has been very rarely matched. But right now, hes on a vacation he earned when he went over the bars at round three of the 2016 Lucas Oil/AMA Pro Motocross Championships in Colorado on June 4, resulting in a fractured vertebra in his neck. We recently caught up with the champ and chatted about the 2016 season, his injury and his future plans. Dungeys (1) number-one rival this year was Ken Roczen (94), who came on strong late in the SX series. HEALING UP At the Colorado National, early in moto two, Dungey went down hard. Its uncharacteristic for him to go down really at all, but especially to crash violently. He still got up and finished fourth, and although he was sore, he figured all was well and hed be able to use the forthcoming weekend off to heal up before returning to the fray in two weeks. But as his neck stiffened, and the pain didnt subside, he decided to get it checked out, and its a good thing he did. He had a fractured vertebra in his neck. I felt something different, for sure, after I crashed, Dungey said.
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Johnson said at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Thursday that the stories about The Real O’Neals losing episodes after the controversy were totally false, and that the behind the scenes drama was a lot tamer than previously reported. top articleCatch up on all the latest news from TCA “That part of the story is not true, there was no threat to cut the episode order,” Johnson said. “The article came out, and Noah regretted what he said pretty quickly, and we all got back to work. We were busy on Season 2, which we were all excited about. It’s all good.” Galvin’s interview criticized Arrow star Colton Haynes for the “p— bulls—” way that he came out of the closet and Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet for “gay minstrelsy,” which stirred up a lot of controversy around the young actor. He publicly apologized and clarified his statements shortly after the interview was published. The Real O’Neals premieres Oct. 3 at 9:30/8:30c on ABC. Other Links From TVGuide.com
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