Canadian freestyle skier Yuki Tsubota was taken to hospital after crashing in the final run of the womens ski slopestyle event a

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Canadian freestyle skier Yuki Tsubota was taken to hospital after crashing in the final run of the womens ski slopestyle event at the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday. Jason Castro Jersey . Tsubota, 20, reportedly hurt her jaw when she crashed while attempting a 900 (two and a half spins) on the final jump on the course. She fell short of the landing and fell heavily, appearing to slam her jaw on her knee in the process. She was carried off the course in a stretcher before being taken to a hospital in Krasnaya Polyana, where the freestyle events are being held. "There has been some kind of jaw injury," said Peter Judge, the chief executive of the the Canada Freestyle Ski Association. "We dont know the extent of it yet. There is no other issues with other appendages or parts of her body, no concussion or anything like that." Tsubota, who is from Vancouver, was heard groaning from the stretcher as she was carried to the ambulance, according to the Olympic News Service. 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"Well see," Bolland said when asked if a return before the break was a possibility. "Things are progressing, so well see how they go." At this point, Bollands biggest limitations occur in transition when he is required to change directions abruptly. "Its crossing over, getting on that ankle, putting weight on it and stressing that tendon," Bolland explained. "Thats the biggest thing, the transition in the game when youre going down on a three on two and the puck gets poked off your stick and you have to go back the other way, that quick transition of turning on a dime and getting back. Its that tendon that you have to use to turn and progress off that. Its getting stronger, its getting there but its just not elevating like I want it to." Now over three full months since the injury occurred, Bolland is still resigned to the fact that he will experience pain in the ankle, likely forr several more months to come. Houston Astros T-shirts. "You feel pain, you feel stress, and I did cut a tendon so it went right through the muscle, right through the tendon, right through everything, almost down to the bone," he said. "Im going to feel pain; its going to be like that for the rest of this year and maybe some of the summer." Whether he returns or not in the next two games, Bolland will not be taking the Olympic break off. Instead, he intends to return to London to skate with the Knights, his former junior club and continue wearing the new skate boot that he had custom designed to support his injury. "Ill have to use that new skate for a while, probably for the rest of my career," said Bolland. "Ive got a big bulge on the side of my ankle that sticks out, bigger than my other ankle so its going to be with me for the rest of my life. Ill probably use that skate until Im done." An unrestricted free agent this summer, the injury has prevented Bolland from raising his stock with a solid year, playing in just 15 games to this point. More concerned with getting back into the line up than worrying about a new contract, he indicated that his past resume should speak for itself. "I dont know if Im missing anything, I think in the past few years Ive won two Stanley Cups," said Bolland. "Ive been to the finals and know what its like to get there; Ive been through those battles so I dont think this should hinder any kind of contract. I think they know what I do and what kind of heart I have out there." Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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