Daria Usacheva is diagnosed with a trochanteric fracture of the hip
According to Match TV, the preliminary diagnosis of the Russian figure skater Daria Usacheva is a trochanteric fracture of the hip.
Earlier, it was reported that the 15-year-old figure skater flew to the Grand Prix in Japan, experiencing pain in the groin area.
Daria has been fighting with the damage of the muscle at the back of the thigh, but the injury allowed her to train in a moderate mode. Before the competitions in Japan, the problem with the hip and pain in the groin area seriously worsened, as a result of which the athlete was unable to complete the 6-minute warm-up before the start of the short program in Japan and was forced to withdraw from the tournament.
A preliminary examination revealed a trochanteric fracture of the hip. The timing of the recovery is unknown.
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