Kane Gets Green Light
Washington, Mo. March 22, 2018- The International Racquetball Tour’s (IRT) most dominate athlete, Kane Waselenchuk, from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, currently living in Austin, Texas has officially been cleared to play again. Waselenchuk, who has been out of action on the Tour since early January, has not competed due to a grade 2 MCL sprain.
Although Waselenchuk has been officially cleared to play, he is not 100 percent healthy. Doctors took a second look at the original MRI on Waselenchuk’s knee and found a cyst on his meniscus that will require surgery in the future. Doctors have informed Waselenchuk that competing on the IRT will not cause any further damage to the structure of his knee. Waselenchuk is continuing therapy on his knee and is closely monitoring his progress for what is hopefully a speedy return to the IRT.
IRT Commissioner, Andy Kulback, said he looks forward to seeing Waselenchuk get healthy and get back out onto the court.
“The IRT is excited about the prospect of having Kane compete again and we look forward to his return to the courts,” Kulback said.
Head Staff Writer:
Kelly R. Diesel