The 29-year-old German Alpine racing driver Thomas Green will not run a race in the Alpine World Cup this year. Thomas has already participated in three competitions of this season and was successful, so there is something better next to that.
The speed specialist suffered a muscle injury in the right thigh on Thursday when left in Val Garden, Italy.
After the 29-year-old was checked out in the medical facility in Brien, male trainer commented: Break until January.
This implies that Green fails for the departure in Val Garden on Saturday (11.45 a.m.) and also for the World Mug on December 28th as well as 29th in Boris (Italy).
At first there was hope that it would only be a smaller sized injury.
Green had actually gotten the injury on the separation as a result of a driving mistake, had actually already reached his upper leg in the target area and also was then limp via the snow.
The thigh is not so unique. He currently has something muscular. I really hope that it is just a strain, he claimed.