Marc Marquez returns to training, 6 weeks post operation

The eight-time World Champion put on his running shoes to complete a 7.5km run 31 minutes on Tuesday morning

After undergoing a second operation on a fractured right humerus on the 3rd of August, reigning MotoGP™ World Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) has returned to training for the first time – six weeks on from the operation.

The eight-time World Champion posted a picture on his social media pages this morning to show he’d been out for a run in his hometown of Cervera, completing 7.53km in 31 minutes and 14 seconds – unsurprising, that’s some pace.

It’s great to see the number 93 back training as he aims to get back in the saddle of his RC213V at some point this season, the team confirming Marc Marquez would be side-lined for “two to three months” when he had his second operation.


If you aren’t already, go follow the six-time premier class Champion on his social media pages to keep up with his recovery and training, as well as keeping your eye on for all the latest updates.

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