Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Christian Bowman suffers eye hemorrhaging after Knoxville accident

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Christian Bowman had a scary night on Saturday at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. He had a crash between turns 1 and 2 during the 360 Main Event.

He will be resting for the next several weeks, his Facebook post said.

Christian Bowman
Christian Bowman (Photo by Christian Bowman Racing)

“We could not be more thankful for [the] Knoxville Raceway safety crew and the safety equipment in the sprint car doing its job to keep him safe,” the team said in a Facebook post. “Christian was taken into Knoxville ER to get checked out. His X-Rays came back good [with] no broken bones. His CT scan showed signs of [a] concussion and eye hemorrhaging. We rushed him to Wolfe Eye Clinic at 2 am to get a closer look at his eyes from an opthalmologist.

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“He currently has some bleeding behind his eyes and as you can see from the photos, some severe swelling. Everything is stable right now. We will continue to monitor him as the week goes on.”

At this time, we are not sure when Bowman will return to competition. According to Healthline.com, an eye hemorrhage could heal on its own within seven to 14 days.

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“We are so grateful he was able to walk away from [Saturday’s] accident,” the Facebook post added. “We cannot thank the [racing] community, family, and friends enough for [their] thoughts and prayers.”

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 12 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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