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Tony Hoare  says:

Podium for brave Brit speedway star

Plucky British speedway rider Tai Woffinden scored a surprise rostrum finish in last night’s Polish Grand Prix, just two weeks after shattering his collarbone. His third place in Gorzow means he remains in second place in the world championship standings. Woffinden had surgery to plate the collarbone two days after crashing out of the British Grand Prix at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium,...

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Dec 09

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supermario says:

Absolutely fantastic performance from Tai

I think he had at least 1 no score on the way to the final, destroyed Sayfutdinov and the cheating "I'll just take a lie down in the track so the race gets restarted and I win instead of finishing last" Nicki Pederson in the semi's, then went on to take a creditable 3rd in the final to keep his championship hopes alive. Seriously gutsy stuff.


Btw, there are 2 weeks to the next GP meeting, but Tai has commitments with both the British and Polish teams he rides for at national level in the next week. So no 2 weeks of rest. Working class heroes.

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