Daniel-Andre Tande was seriously injured on Thursday at Planica.
Thursday seriously injured Norwegian hill jumper Daniel-Andre Tande awakened on Saturday from a coma in Slovenia. Tande crashed drastically at Planica Airfield at the start of the World Cup closing weekend. In the fall of the test round, he broke his clavicle and burst his lung, but treatment has helped.
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Tandea, 27, is being treated at a university hospital in Ljubljana. Tande was seduced into a coma to promote treatment.
– Everything has gone according to plan. Tande responds well to the treatment and his vital functions are stable, a doctor from the Norwegian hill country team Guri Ranum Ekås commented in a Saturday release from the Norwegian Ski Association.
Tande survived the crash with air head and neck damage.
Planica jump on Saturday in the airfield team competition. They jump in the Finnish team Jarkko Määttä, Niko Kytösaho, Antti Aalto and Eetu Nousiainen.
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