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Australian BMX’er Sakakibara is in a coma after a serious crash

The Australian BMX racing, there, Kai Sakakibara is in a critical condition in hospital after a fall during a match at the world cup. He was considered an outsider for a medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, japan.

The family of a 23-year-old Sakakibara release a statement to know that his condition is “stable but critical” it is. The BMX bikes it was a hard fall during a world cup, in the Australian Bathurst and had a serious head injury in a helicopter to another hospital in Canberra is made.

“We have to understand that the road to recovery is a heavy-duty will have”, says the family. “We have to stay positive and look at it on a day-to-day.”

“There is not a whole lot we can do about it, except for positive energy, ready to send out. Please stay in There and think the support to him over the next few months.”

The accident is reminiscent of Van Gorkom

The sports career of the World in each and every moment, at the end of it. “Now, we can look only to his health, and we will focus on a long-term recovery”, says the family.

Sakakibara was the number ten in the world with an outsider for the medals in the Tokyo area. At the world CHAMPIONSHIPS last year, he was ninth. His twenty-year-old sister, Saya Sakakibara and is the number five in the world for women, and it is going to be in Tokyo out of the medals.

The unhappiness of the World is reminiscent of Jelle van Gorkom. The Dutch won the silver medal at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, was featured in January 2018 and is in a coma after a trainingsongeluk. He has never been to the old one, and had to put his sporting career is forced to end.

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