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    Lysacek has surgery for sports hernia

    Lysacek undergoes successful surgery to repair sports hernia
    (11/21/12)
    http://www.usfsa.org/Story.asp?id=48706&type=media

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    "The sports hernia was diagnosed during a recent assessment of a groin injury Lysacek has sought treatment for since the summer.

    Lysacek, 27, is expected to be off the ice for approximately six weeks."

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    NOt sure what is different from a sports hernia really then any other hernia but doesn't that mean nationals is doubtful. He would be coming back like in early January at best - I guess 2 to 3 weeks practice might be okay for an OGM but to not to have competed for so long???? Re-retirement if you can call it that???

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    Sorry to hear about Evan. Wishing him a speedy recovery.

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    He is a real competitior so I know he will do his best; whatever his decision I hope he doesn't risk further injury that would be a shame.

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    That's all she wrote. Lysacek is not going to be at Nationals, count on it. But his first priority should be his long-term health and wellbeing. Hope things go well for him and his recovery is smooth. Looking longer term, I'm doubtful he'll be in any sort of potential mix for Sochi.

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    I swear he is an "accident waiting to happen"... but at least we know it's an injury and not an "injury". Best wishes on a speedy recovery to Evan!

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    Evan, get a full recovery and focus on only yourself. You are a great skater!

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    Quote Originally Posted by l'etoile View Post
    Evan, get a full recovery and focus on only yourself. You are a great skater!
    Exactly the same wishes from me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    I swear he is an "accident waiting to happen"... but at least we know it's an injury and not an "injury". Best wishes on a speedy recovery to Evan!
    I think a lot of skaters have had comparable (if not worse) medical issues over the years; high-level skating is really demanding on the body, especially when the skaters have relatively long careers (e.g. Plushenko, Pang/Tong). That said, any medical problem that requires surgery is not fun and I wish Evan a speedy recovery and good health. I imagine trying to kick-start a competitive career after an extended hiatus doesn't make matters any easier; kudos to any skater who manages it.

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    I wish him all the best and I hope to see him competing again, I don't really care when...

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    Oh, dear. Poor Evan. I hope he recovers quickly.

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    How realistic is it that he would be ready for Nationals? First Johnny and now Evan....sad.

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    Very sorry to hear about this, and I echo all the best wishes for speedy recovery!!

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    he is aggrevating his injury though I never expected much that he will come back
    Evans chances of a comeback are less than 10% for the Olympics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skater Boy View Post
    How realistic is it that he would be ready for Nationals? First Johnny and now Evan....sad.
    Really terrible.

    Actually all of our last Olympic Men's Team is injured.....although it seems Jeremy is back skating.

    Evan seems to have had the worst of the injuries. I hope he takes time to heal. I had hoped he'd be back on the World team.

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