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Possible permanent brain damage at ski professionals Holmlund after crash

Possible permanent brain damage at ski professionals Holmlund after crash

Freestyleskiester Anna Holmlund is in a worse state than was thought. The 29-year-old Swedish, which at the Winter olympic games of 2014 in Sochi bronze medal on the part skicross, ran Monday during a trainingsongeluk in Italy head injury.

According to doctors, it is quite possible that the Swedish permanent brain damage has occurred. Holmlund is still in an artificial coma in the intensive care unit.

Her doctors in the hospital of Bolzano (called the rash of new studies Wednesday, daunting. “She is very serious.”

Holmlund was immediately after the accident, had surgery due to a hemorrhage in her brain.

The ski professionals in South-Tirol for the world cup races in Innichen. Holmlund is second in the world cup classification, behind olympic champion Marielle Thompson from Canada.

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Bronze olympian Holmlund (29) in coma after crash on the ski slope

Näslund

Wednesday was again a Swedish ski professionals down in a training course in Innichen. That would be at exactly the same spot happened where Holmlund crashed.

Sandra Näslund was a lot better. The 20-year-old ski professionals had her arm and head hurt and was taken to the hospital in Innichen. According to doctors, to fall her wounds.

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