Brogan diagnosed with broken fibula

Steve Brogan will miss the next British Superbike round at Oulton Park after being confirmed with a broken fibula.
Steve Brogan has revealed he has broken his fibula following his high-speed accident during the British Superbike Championship round at Snetterton.

Brogan was originally suspected to have sustained only a shoulder injury in the shunt, prompted when he fell on spilled oil from Alex Lowes's MSS Colchester Kawasaki

However, the Jentin Honda rider took to his Twitter account to inform that X-Rays have shown a break in his fibula too, writing, 'thought I was ok for Oulton until I found my fibula is snapped, after an x ray. Gutted. Brands now'.

The accident also involved Simon Andrews, the PR Kawasaki rider suffering a serious leg fracture.

To view the spectacular crash, CLICK HERE

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norfolk boy - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 4:10 PM

just a big get well soon to steve and simon a truly horrific incident which thank god was not as worse as it could have been . i was there all weekend but didnt see incident until i watched tv footage . get well soon lads

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

July 09, 2011 2:39 PM

Always been honest about Brogie.. Never been his biggest fan.. Posted several tirades on here about his antics at Croft in 2009.. But the racing between him and Seeley that year was the best bsb has seen in any class as long as I can remember in one race they swapped the lead 20+ times.. Always thought he thoroughly deserved a superbike ride.. No I'm not his biggest fan but I am big enough to know that the paddock needs characters like him.. So get well soon Brogie hope you get back soon.. Wouldn't wish any injury on any rider.. This could of been so much worse.. Thank god it wasn't..

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