Jerome Clementz, the reigning Enduro World Series Champion, fell this Sunday during the French Enduro Series and had to be hospitalized with a suspected broken collarbone. There, however, it turned out that it was not broken but dislocated. Clementz was only fourth on day two of the race, which is a bit uncharacteristic for the quick Frenchman. Almost a minute behind Florian Nicolai, he attacked and, as can be seen in the video, fell on a rather unspectacular section. It is currently unknown how long it will take for his injury to heal. What is certain, however, is that the next stop of the Enduro World Series is already on the racing calendar in two weeks and, as the current leader, it would be difficult for him to cope with a zero in the overall ranking. We wish you a speedy recovery!
About Rick Schubert
Rick Schubert is the man for the rough stuff at Velomotion. Everything that has studs is his profession. No wonder, since he belongs to the BDR selection in fourcross. In addition, Rick Schubert is the photographer responsible for selecting the images for most of the test reports.