What a crazy World Cup season I've just had, with my first World Cup title, a knee injury before Christmas, returning to the podium in Japan and then the early end of the season – and all of this in the warmest winter on record, in which hardly any race was held in optimal conditions.
Reflecting on a crazy winter and looking forward to the coming season
Throwing away the crutches
Six days after the surgery I was able to hand back the crutches. Now I am in good spirits.
We wish you a Merry Christmas
I'll be back
Marco Odermatt, who injured his right knee on 22 December 2019, already underwent successful surgery on the following Monday afternoon.
The check-ups at Balgrist university clinic resulted in a fracture to the outer meniscus. The 22-year-old athlete was then operated on by PD Dr. med. Sandro Fucentese, with an arthroscopic partial removal of the right outer meniscus.
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