Sporting Digest: Motorcycling

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The Independent Online
ROBERT DUNLOP underwent six hours of surgery in Noble's Hospital, Douglas, on Sunday night following his crash in the Isle of Man TT Formula One race. Dunlop, from Ballymoney, has fractures to his right arm and right leg and his condition was described as 'stable in the intensive care unit'. The hospital also reported that Italy's Baldasere Monti remains in a stable condition after suffering head injuries in a crash during practice, but the Aberdeen rider, Rob Mitchell, is in a critical condition, again after a crash during practice. Bad weather disrupted yesterday's races.

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