Sarrazin, hit on the back, forfeit for the whole competition
The skier of the French team Cyprien Sarrazin, hit in the back, withdrew on Tuesday for all of the Alpine Skiing World Championships disputed in Courchevel. The announcement was made by the doctor of the Blues in a press release.
French skier Cyprien Sarrazin, hit in the back, withdrew on Tuesday for all of the Alpine Skiing World Championships disputed in Courchevel. After locking his back for the first time on Sunday, Sarrazin felt new lower back pain on Tuesday morning during a warm-up before the combined events in which he was ultimately unable to take part.
After passing exams on Tuesday, “it was decided to forfeit him for all of the 2023 world championships”, announced the doctor for the French ski teams in a press release. Sarrazin, giantist, but more and more comfortable with speed events, was to participate in the super-G on Thursday and the downhill on Sunday.
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