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Kevin Rolland in a serious condition after stunt gone wrong

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French pro freeskier and olympian Kevin Rolland is in a serious condition after a fall during a record attempt.

From da Google Translate

Quote:
Freestyle skier Kevin Rolland has fallen heavily on a quarterpipe world record attempt. The Frenchman is in a serious but stabilized state.

While one of his oldest rivals, the American David Wise, has recently unofficially beaten the world record of height on a jump in quarterpipe (with a jump around 11 meters), Kevin Rolland has also tried to reach the heights this Tuesday. But the Frenchman fell back badly and fell heavily on his spot in La Plagne.

He was taken to Grenoble University Hospital, the halfpipe Olympic bronze medalist in 2014, and hospitalized " in serious condition ". The condition of the 29 year old skier " is currently stabilized ". According to information from the Dauphiné Libéré, Kevin Rolland suffered from several fractures including one in the pelvis.


http://www.theriderpost.com/disciplines/snow/ski/kevin-rolland-dans-un-etat-grave-apres-une-chute/
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