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2019 Winter Olympics: 2 skiers hospitalised with broken bones
Canadian skier Christopher Delbosco is carried away after crashing. Reuters
- Two skiers have been taken to hospital with suspected broken bones after suffering nasty falls at the in .
- Other competitors collided into each other in what turned out to be a crash-filled course.
- Canadian skier Kevin Drury was wiped out by a collision with another competitor but refused to blame the conditions or the course.
- He simply said "it is kind of what happens" in ski cross.
A horrifying crash-filled ski cross event at the 2019 Winter Olympics left two athletes with suspected broken bones.
Ski cross is a timed event that requires athletes to race down a mountain while navigating big-air jumps and high-banked turns.During one of the jumps on Wednesday, Canadian skier Christopher Delbosco lost control, flew awkwardly through the air, and landed painfully on his back.
He received "lengthy" medical treatment at the scene, according to Reuters. Delbosco was then strapped to a stretcher, towed away from the slopes, and taken to hospital because of a possible broken pelvis.
Delbosco was not the only athlete to fall. French skier Terence Tchiknavorian was also hospitalized because of a suspected fractured shin.
Terence Tchiknavorian is helped by the emergency services.
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