Swiss alpine skiers suffered a serious accident: pelvic fracture

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 Swiss alpine skiers suffered a serious accident: pelvic fracture


ValGardena, an Italian town bordering Austria, is a famous ski resort with a total length of more than 100 kilometers. It is also the host of the World Cup on Alpine Skiing. Gissing has a good record on this track, where he won the European Cup Alpine Rapid Drop Championship in 2013.

The ValGardena Groden snow track is very difficult, and there is a turning called the hump where accidents happen most frequently. Yesterdays game, Gissin happened in this place, the body out of control after flying across the side. Gissin, who was hit by a high-speed impact, also briefly lost consciousness. After the accident, the Organizing Committee of the Games immediately treated Gissin and sent him to the local Bolzano Hospital by helicopter. Italian media quoted Gissins sister Michel Gissin as saying that her brother had regained consciousness but had a pelvic fracture. In a statement later, the Swiss skiing team said that Gissin had recovered and all his signs were normal. He will be taken back to Switzerland today for further treatment and the injury will be confirmed as soon as Sunday afternoon. Gissin, 30, was born into a skiing family. His two sisters are world-class skiers. My sister Michelle Gissin won the all-round gold medal in mountain skiing at the Pingchang Winter Olympics, while my sister Dominic Gissin won the womens rapid descent in mountain skiing at the Sochi Winter Olympics. Source: New Beijing Daily Responsible Editor: Wang Lishan_NBJS7182

The ValGardena Groden snow track is very difficult, and there is a turning called the hump where accidents happen most frequently. Yesterdays game, Gissin happened in this place, the body out of control after flying across the side. Gissin, who was hit by a high-speed impact, also briefly lost consciousness.

After the accident, the Organizing Committee of the Games immediately treated Gissin and sent him to the local Bolzano Hospital by helicopter. Italian media quoted Gissins sister Michel Gissin as saying that her brother had regained consciousness but had a pelvic fracture.

In a statement later, the Swiss skiing team said that Gissin had recovered and all his signs were normal. He will be taken back to Switzerland today for further treatment and the injury will be confirmed as soon as Sunday afternoon.

Gissin, 30, was born into a skiing family. His two sisters are world-class skiers. My sister Michelle Gissin won the all-round gold medal in mountain skiing at the Pingchang Winter Olympics, while my sister Dominic Gissin won the womens rapid descent in mountain skiing at the Sochi Winter Olympics.