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Tande spent the night in a coma - Norway boss gives an update on the state of health and the cause of the fall


After his brutal fall while ski flying in Planica, Daniel André Tande can breathe unaided again. However, the Norwegian is still in an artificial coma.

After his brutal fall while ski flying in Planica, Daniel André Tande can breathe unaided again.

However, the Norwegian is still in an artificial coma.

  • The Norwegian ski jumper Daniel André Tande fell badly on the ski jumping hill in Planica on Thursday and had to be resuscitated.

  • The 27-year-old was then placed in an artificial coma in the Ljubljana hospital.

  • The trainer of the Norwegian ski jumping team reported good news about his health on Friday evening

    (see update from March 27, 8:40 a.m.)


Update from March 27, 8:40 a.m.:

The Norwegian ski jumper Daniel André Tande is still in an artificial coma after his violent fall on the ski flying hill in Planica on Thursday.

Alexander Stöckl, the trainer of the Norwegian ski jumping team, was able to report good news on Friday.

“You did a CT scan of the head and neck and there were no abnormalities.

The prognoses are so far very positive ", said the Austrian of the


and continued:" Today we had the positive message that he has already started to breathe himself. "

According to the information from the Norwegian Ski Association, Tande will probably be brought out of the artificial coma over the course of Saturday.

The 27-year-old fell badly on Thursday during a trial run on the ski flying hill in Planica, where distances beyond 250 meters are possible, and then had to be reanimated.

However, trainer Stöckl does not see any external factors as the cause of the fall.

“We analyzed the video.

It was his own mistake, ”said the


Tande went into the flight phase too aggressively and then lost contact with the ski.

“You ca

n't really find anything there, except your own fault,” adds Stöckl.

Daniel Andre Tande: Norwegian still in an artificial coma after falling in Planica

Update from March 26th, 7:53 am:

The brutal fall of Norway's top ski jumper Daniel Andre Tande will further overshadow the sporting events at the World Cup in Planica, Slovenia.

On Thursday, the 27-year-old was "intubated and mechanically ventilated" after a violent impact in the trial run. He was now in an artificial coma in Ljubljana overnight to relieve his brain.

The doctors hope to be able to announce positive news about the state of health after further tests on Friday afternoon.

How things will go with Tande, whether and what damage could remain in the long term and what other injuries he sustained in addition to a broken collarbone, was initially open.

“There are more important things than a podium.

Sometimes you can be happy when you land on both feet, ”said the dismayed German top athlete Karl Geiger.

The Allgäu, who followed Tande as flight world champion in December 2020, was on Thursday directly after the seriously fallen Norwegian - and experienced difficult moments.

Daniel Andre Tande: DSV ace Geiger describes shocking details

“I wanted to know what was going on right away.

So they said: You don't yet know whether he will survive, ”

said Geiger.

The emergency response to keep Tande alive after the serious incident at the ski jump ended successfully.

The shocked Norwegian delegation expressly thanked them.

Sports director Clas Brede Braathen described the first aid at the huge facility in the "Valley of the Jumps" as "highly professional".

While the next individual will be jumped at the ski jump on Friday (3 p.m. / ZDF and Eurosport), further tests are pending at Tande in the clinic in the Slovenian capital.

“The first tests are very promising.

Now we wait 24 hours until the tests are repeated ”, chief doctor Tomislav Mirkovic was quoted by the FIS World Ski Federation on Thursday evening.

Daniel Andre Tande: Bad fall while ski flying

First report from March 25th, 3:58 p.m .:

Planica - A normal

trial run

ran, then it happened: Norwegian jumper Daniel Andre Tande lost control of his left ski on one of the largest ski jumping hills in the world and fell almost 80 meters onto the icy slope and slides motionless downhill.

Ski flying: Norwegian Tande falls badly and has to be reanimated

Rescue workers are on the spot immediately and a helicopter transports the ex-world champion.

It follows anxious waiting - now the world federation FIS announces to the relief of all: Tande is in a stable condition.

He was taken to a hospital in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, where he is currently being treated.

In 2018 Tande became world ski flying champion on the same hill in Planica.

ZDF reporter Stefan Bier reacted audibly shocked in the live broadcast.

“Tande fell earlier in the trial run.

In a way that we haven't seen for many years, ”he reported.

The trial jumps were not broadcast live.

As reporter Martin Schneider learned from the Norwegian team, Tande had to be reanimated on the finish slope.

"It has now been confirmed that he had to be resuscitated," he said in a switch.


Image of horror: Daniel Andre Tande hit his back on the slope.

© GEPA pictures / Christian Walgram / imago-images

Ski flying: Daniel Andre Tande stable - more information will follow

After the Norwegian, it was the turn of DSV * ace Karl Geiger to do his test jump, which luckily went smoothly.

Then the competition started - completely under the sign of misfortune, of course.

Nevertheless, the German jumpers achieved a real top result on this difficult day: Markus Eisenbichler * (2nd) and Karl Geiger * (3rd) surprisingly jumped onto the podium.

Further information on the condition of the Norwegian is not yet available.

The FIS announced on Twitter that it would make another statement "in the late afternoon".

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List of rubric lists: © Christian Walgram / imago-images

Source: merkur

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