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Too much snow in Kitzbuhel

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I twisted my knee and did a medial in. A bit stiff at present, but with neoprene armour can still ski. Anyone in Austria his coming week can expect perfect conditions.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Chris Bish, my greatest sympathies. I did similar to you while showing off under a chairlift at Glanshee some years back.
Bung the armour on, take some nurofen and keep moving. But, be warned: your knee might not feel right again for many months.
Beware the swimming pool - you will find Breast-stroke particulary uncomfortable.
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Chris Bish, sorry about your injury - my husband has just done something similar and is sitting with cold pack on knee and glass of wine in hand, wondering if he will ski tomorrow. However, your injuries are dead ordinary compared to one we just heard of - a piste patroller on a chairlift with one of our party, in Les Saisies, told us of a man who was helicoptered off the slopes yesterday having fallen when dismounting a chairlift, and stabbed himself in the femoral artery with a ski pole. So, be careful, be very very careful. Just think how impossible it would be to stab yourself in the femoral artery (or any other artery) with a ski pole! My husband did once stab himself in the calf, on a dry slope in Staffordshire, and had a puncture wound to be proud of. But the femoral artery????
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Wow! pam w: ski pole into the femoral artery! Shocked One of those things you wouldn't be able to manage if you tried.
I hope the poor guy is OK. It will certainly have ruined his ski outfit.
Another such injury and They will be banning ski poles.
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Thanks for the sympathy everyone. Wife points out that if I wasn't about 30Kg overweight I wouldn't have the problem. Just hoping for hard and icy conditions when I get to Mottaret at half=term. It's the snow I can't ski!
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