Graham Jarvis On The Mend Following Successful Knee Surgery


Graham Jarvis injured his knee while chasing his seventh Redbull Romaniacs win last week. Photo: Future7Media

Extreme Enduro rider Graham Jarvis is recovering well following knee surgery, required after he injured himself on day two at the Red Bull Romaniacs, round four of the 2021 FIM Hard Enduro World Championship.

Breaking the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in his left leg, Jarvis traveled to Madrid in Spain where he underwent an ACL reconstruction and is now resting at home awaiting a green light so he can proceed with his rehabilitation.

Topping the first full day of offroad competition in Romania, Jarvis looked set to battle it out for the overall win as he chased an incredible seventh Romaniacs victory. With just 40 minutes of racing to go before the finish of the second day, and having successfully navigated through the toughest part of the course, Graham twisted his knee on a high-speed section, forcing him out of the event and requiring him to undergo the needed surgery.

Jarvis looked set to battle it out for the overall win at the 2021 RedBull Romaniacs before injuring his knee. Photo: Future7Media.

“I guess there are always positives and negatives with injuries like this, but I’m doing all I can do at this time,” Jarvis said.

“I managed to get surgery pretty quickly – in Madrid, Spain, on the Tuesday after Romaniacs – so that’s a real positive. Thankfully, there wasn’t much swelling, so I didn’t have to wait for things to settle down before visiting the surgeon.

“Now I’m just resting and keeping my leg elevated as much as possible. It’s a little uncomfortable, but as soon as I can I’ll start the rehab. It’s going to be a long time before I’m back racing – but it is what it is. I’ll be doing all I can to make sure when I do return, I’m as strong and fit as I can be.

“Right now I’m just taking things day-by-day. It goes without saying that I’m hugely disappointed, it was one of those silly little accidents. The support I’ve received has been incredible. From the team, from Husqvarna, and from fans all around the world – it’s been amazing. Thanks to everyone, and I look forward to being back racing as soon as I can,” the Brit concluded.

Jarvis may be down but the Brit is far from out and is looking forward to getting back into the thick of it. Photo: Futur7Media.

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