Japan’s Rim Nakamura, a gold medal hopeful in the guys’s BMX freestyle park at the held off Tokyo Olympics, damaged a bone in his left heel in September as well as went through surgical treatment to repair it, resources near to the issue claimed Monday.
Photo tackledSept 21, 2020, revealsRim Nakamura (Kyodo)
The 18-year-old is anticipated to return on the bike in phases after the turn of the year, relying on exactly how he advances with his rehab, the resources claimed.
“While filming for my edit, I broke my heel. I will be back stronger,” the Kyoto indigenous composed in English on his Instagram account together with an image of himself on props with his left foot wrapped in a support.
In June, the Japan Cycling Federation called Nakamura to contend at the Tokyo Games in a newly-added, trick-focused self-control in which motorcyclists are racked up by courts.
Nakamura declared his first-ever UCI World Cup win in Chengdu, China last November, as well as completed the period on top of the general category.