During the trial run for the World Cup match on Thursday in Planica, Norwegian Daniel Andre Tande fell into a nightmare. He jumped at the age of thirty and just after crossing the threshold he lost control of the wheel nartamand the sky grabbed his left plank.
Fatal fall of Tande in Planica
Jumper immediately tensed his entire body and pressed his hands together to protect the inner bodies. Even then, he knew the jump would be disastrous. After flying 99 meters, the 27-year-old Norwegian fell on the bulla, after a while he bounced on it and floated down after landing. The rider was immediately received by the medical service and he was treated for a long time at the bottom of the landing hill.
New information about Norwegian health. They were handed over by Sandro Pertile
After a few tens of minutes of waiting, the first official information about the Norwegian’s health appeared. World Cup director Sandro Pertile told journalists in Slovenia that Tande’s condition is stable and that we will have to wait several hours for more information, as Kacper Merk, a journalist from “Eurosport”, also wrote on Twitter. Tande will now most likely undergo further tests in the hospital.
Norwegians shocked. “He hit his head, he fell from a great height”
Journalist Joakim Johansen wrote on Twitter that the sweater “was given oxygen” after the fall. – He hit his head, he fell from a great height. This is the worst thing that can happen to a jumper – said former NRK television player and expert Johan Remen Evensen, quoted by “Dagbladet”. – What a terrible fall. He fell from a great height and with great speed. It looked terrible. We are in shock, Anders Jacobsen added.
The first of four individual competitions to take place during the final of the current season of the Jumping World Cup is underway in Planica. The players compete on Friday, Saturday and Sunday – in two individual and one team competition. Live report on Sport.pl.
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