Andrew Short Returns Home After Being Injured in Crash

Great news for former professional motocross and supercross racer Andrew Short. 

According to a post on his Instagram, he has been allowed to leave the hospital and return home. 

“Headed home today from the hospital,” he wrote. “Memorial Hermann in Houston was amazing to me. Very thankful for all the messages and the support!”

Following Houston Supercross, Short was injured in a crash and sustained a shattered T7, 8 and 9 and sustained a broken rib and bruised lungs.

His wife Jacki posted multiple updates, which you can read here

Short enjoyed a 16-year career as a professional motocross and supercross racer and collected more than 50 podium finishes and nine wins during his career. The Colorado native was also part of the American team that won the 2010 Motocross of Nations held in his home state.

Following his retirement Short competed in the Dakar Rally with Husqvarna and Yamaha, before Yamaha announced in 2022 it was no longer racing the Dakar Rally. 

Main image: Yamaha

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  1. I feel your pain brotherman Crushed my L3 and have nerve damage from last May at Rio Bravo. Still walking but crippled your younger and will heal faster.Keep the faith, Thoughts and prayers. Maybe see you at Murphy’s some time I still go out and hang with my son

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