•   
  •   
  •   

Sports Canadian moguls star Mikael Kingsbury out four to six weeks with back injury

16:15  03 december  2020
16:15  03 december  2020 Source:   msn.com

Cardinals and Seahawks set to clash in key NFC West showdown

  Cardinals and Seahawks set to clash in key NFC West showdown SEATTLE — There was very little time for Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins to enjoy the wave of celebration after one of the great game conclusions in Arizona Cardinals history. Too much is at stake Thursday night when the Cardinals travel to Seattle. The heroics of what Murray and Hopkins pulled off last Sunday with a last-second desperation touchdown for a 32-30 victory over Buffalo created the opportunity for Arizona to take control of the NFC West race if it can win in Seattle for the fifth time in the past six seasons. “Going to Seattle is always a great atmosphere – you can’t deny that. But we’re playing for more than the fans, or the moment.

Canada 's Mikael Kingsbury captured his first Olympic title Monday, winning gold in the men's moguls at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Gold for Canada 's Mikael Kingsbury in men's moguls . Alexandre Geoffrion-McInnis The Canadian Press Published Monday, February 12, 2018 8:24AM

Winter Olympics Mikael Kingsbury Wins Moguls Gold For Canada Canada ’s Mikaël Kingsbury captures gold medal in men’s moguls Canada 's Mikael Kingsbury

MONTREAL — Canada's Mikael Kingsbury will miss moguls races for the first time in his World Cup career after suffering a back injury in training on Sunday.

a man flying through the air while riding skis © Provided by The Canadian Press

The 2018 Olympic gold medallist fractured his T4 and T5 vertebrae while training on the course in Ruka, Finland, where the first competition of the 2020-2021 season will be held this weekend.

Kingsbury, who fell after landing a jump, is expected to miss four to six weeks.

The expected timeline would see him miss the first three events of the season.

The skier from Deux-Montagnes, Que., has returned home for rehab and recovery.

“My jump was good but I landed in the wrong place. Though I tried to protect myself, my back took the brunt of the impact,” Kingsbury said in a statement.

“The good news is that the fractures are at the back of the mid-spine vertebrae, so no nerves were affected.”

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 3, 2020.

The Canadian Press

Warriors, Wizards begin mandatory workouts with positive COVID-19 tests .
The Warriors reported that two players tested positive, while the Wizards said they have one. Neither NBA team disclosed the identity of the person because of health privacy laws. Warriors general manager Bob Myers added that the team has rescheduled the start of its mandatory workouts to Wednesday, and will begin group workouts next Monday.From NFL plays to college sports scores, all the top sports news you need to know every day. “There are going to be bumps in the road,” Myers said Tuesday on a conference call. “We have to understand that this is not going to be smooth and seamless.

usr: 0
This is interesting!