Norwegian ski jumper Daniel-André Tande returns to the race half a year after a terrible fall in Planica, Slovenia.
The 27-year-old former world champion will perform at the Oslo Summer Continental Cup over the weekend. The Norwegian media reported.
“At home in Oslo, it’s the right place to return. I’m curious how I’m going, I’m looking forward to being back, “said Nettavisen Sport before the race in Holmenkollene Tanda, who won one individual and three team gold medals at the World Championships.
Tande had a serious accident on March 25, when in a test round before the Planica World Cup he hit the HS240 mammoth jumper hard and was transported by helicopter to a hospital in Ljubljana, where he was in artificial sleep for several days.
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When he fell, he tore his lungs, broke his collarbone and suffered a brain hemorrhage.
Despite his injury, national team coach Alexander Stöckl nominated him to the Norwegian team for the Olympic season in April.
In June, Tande began physical training and three weeks ago, he dropped off the bridge for the first time during training.Read more The former champion in the years fell at a speed of 80 km / h. He’s in artificial sleep
Source: Pravda.sk – Šport – Futbal – Hokej by sport.pravda.sk.
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