That’s why Tande fell so terribly – and that’s how the ski flyer feels

0
0


Daniel-André Tande receives first aid in the ski jumping area. Image: keystone

That’s why Tande fell so terribly – and that’s how the ski flyer feels

His trainer Alexander Stöckl did not blame Daniel-André Tande’s horror fall yesterday because of the external conditions that were much better yesterday than today. «We analyzed the video. It was his own mistake, ”said the 47-year-old Austrian.

«He was too offensive in the first phase of the flight. He got wide on the skis relatively quickly and then leaned a little on the air. Then he lost contact with the skis. You can’t really find anything there, except your own fault. “

“According to the circumstances he is doing well”

Stöckl expressed the great hope that the 27-year-old Norwegian would get away without permanent health damage. «The first tests did not reveal anything negative. They did a brain scan and checked the neck. There is nothing to report, that’s very positive, ”he told the German press agency. “Given the circumstances, he is doing fine.”

Tande was intubated and mechanically ventilated after his fall. “Today we had the positive news that he has already started to breathe himself,” added Stöckl. His jumper has so far been diagnosed with a broken collarbone and a slight puncture of the lungs.

Geiger wins on Friday

At the second competition on the ski jumping hill in Planica, the Swiss quartet suffered a setback. Gregor Deschwanden as the best classified missed the World Cup points. He touched down after 210 m. Despite a decent landing, this was only enough for 34th place, which speaks for the density of the field. Sandro Hauswirth (38./203 m), Simon Ammann (40./203.5) and Dominik Peter (57./187.5) are aiming for better performance in team jumping on Saturday.

The winners podium with Kobayashi, Geiger and Pavlovic (from left). Image: keystone

Karl Geiger prevailed with a flight of 232 m ahead of the Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi and the Slovenian Bor Pavlovcic. The German already flew to gold at the ski flying world championships on the same hill in mid-December.

The competition was rated after one round because there is no permanent floodlight system installed on the ski flying hill in Planica. The wind had initially caused delays, and it also took the river from the competition. (ram / sda / dpa)

THANK YOU FOR THE ♥

Would you like to support watson and journalism? Learn more

(You will be redirected to complete the payment)

5 CHF

15 CHF

25 CHF

Another

Simon Ammann’s career

Important advice to my starting pandemic me

You might also be interested in:

Subscribe to our newsletter

Do you have to go away at Easter? You can go here – and not here

Before the pandemic, Easter was THE weekend for a city trip or a short detour to the sea. Last year an Easter trip was hardly possible.

Entry stops have been issued worldwide. This can also be seen in the flight connections: in 2019, 3980 flight connections were counted at Zurich Airport on Thursday just before Easter. In 2020 there were still 280 flights on the Thursday before Easter, according to Skyguide.

Even after more than a year, travel options continue to be limited …

Link to the article





[ source link ]
https://www.watson.ch/sport/wintersport/151492299-darum-ist-tande-so-schrecklich-gestuerzt-und-so-geht-es-dem-skiflieger

Tande fell terribly ski flyer feels

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here