Caitlyn Jenner Has Knee Replacement Surgery, Olympics Took Its Toll

Caitlyn Jenner‘s days as an Olympic star have caught up to her in a painful way — in the form of knee replacement surgery.

Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … the decathlon gold medalist went under the knife at Cedars-Sinai in L.A. December 14. We’re told the surgery lasted 3 hours and so far, so good.

The before-and-after X-Rays pretty much tell the story.

Caitlyn’s up and about again … walking gingerly around her Malibu compound, where she’s staying for at least another week before venturing out.

Her goal right at the start of 2022 … to walk normally, drive and get back to all the stuff she likes … including golf. She loves skiing — something that was off the table before surgery — but her goal is to hit the slopes next winter.

Fact is … she’s needed a knee replacement for a while — 25 years to be exact. The pain, we’re told, has been excruciating at times and Caitlyn knows it emanates from her training for the ’76 games.

Source: Read Full Article