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After the severe crash - Linus Sundström ready for new club

2019-10-21T16:15:28.052Z

At the end of September, Swedish speedway driver Linus Sundström crashed in Poland. The first days after the accident were life threatening, but after an operation he is now back home in Avesta. A long rehab awaits, but he has already signed for Västervik in the elite series. - This new challenge is very motivating and helps me a lot through my long rehab period, he says to the club's website.



This past season Sundström drove for the Pirates, Polish Rybnik and VIP in the Allsvenskan. So a month ago he crashed, but the forecast is that he will be able to run as the next season starts.

- Getting the chance to work with Linus at club level should be very interesting as we have competed together during the national team and I know how focused and professional he is in everything he does, says sports manager Morgan Andersson.

Sundström also looks forward to driving for Västervik.

- Getting to represent Västervik speedway 2020 and 2021 feels incredibly exciting and motivating. After a few tough seasons, I'm sure both the club, the course, the team and my new teammates will give me a push in the right direction to come back up to the capacity I know I possess, he says.

Source: svt

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