Casey Stoner Illness 2021 – His Health Update

Casey Stoner has opened up about his sad health battle after returning to MotoGP for the first time in three years.

Stoner was eventually confirmed as lactose intolerant after experiencing fatigue and nausea in 2009.

Stoner stated in 2019 that he has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), often known as ME Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.

As he continues to battle a life-threatening chronic fatigue illness that has utterly wiped him out in recent years, the two-time world champion claims he “couldn’t get up from the couch in principle for five months.”

At the Algarve GP in Portugal this weekend, the Australian was spotted returning to work for MotoGP for the first time after three years, and he gave a special news conference to discuss his three-year absence from the sport.

“I’m virtually never more than 60% of my everyday self,” the 36-year-old stated.

“I’ve had to learn to walk anywhere I don’t want to go.” I used to jog practically everything, but now I have to walk everywhere.”

Moreover, Stoner still has sore throats, headaches, extreme exhaustion, and trouble thinking.

Casey Stoner Family

Casey Stoner was born to his parents on October 16, 1985, in Southport, Queensland.

Colin Stoner and Brownyn Stoner are his parents. It’s unclear whether or not Casey has any siblings.

Adriana Tuchyna of Adelaide approached Stoner on Phillip Island in 2003 and asked him to sign her tummy. They began dating when Adriana was 16 years old in 2005, and they married in Adelaide on January 6, 2007.

He has been happily married to Adriana Tuchyna Stoner since 2007. Caleya Maria Stoner and Alessandra Maria Stoner, on the other hand, are his two daughters.

Casey Stoner Height

Casey Stoner stands 5 feet 7 inches tall. 

Stoner held Australian nationality and was born in Queensland, Australia.

Casey Stoner Net Worth

Casey has an estimated net worth of $14 million as per Celebrity Net Worth.

He might have made huge earnings from his racing career. 

Moreover, Casey Stoner joined Emerge Australia, an advocacy and support organization for ME/CFS, as an ambassador in 2020, which adds more to his assets.