Sports, skiing | This is where things go wrong for Anders

Sports, skiing |  This is where things go wrong for Anders

This weekend the Nordre Land jumper was one of the test jumpers in front of the snowshoe sled at Beast Hill in Vikersund.

Things go wrong before the guys get started.

– I came low above the bullet, Anders Ladehogue told OA.

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I lost balance

According to himself, he didn’t get high enough in hovering and too fast tried to stretch as many meters as he could.

Completely unprepared, he eventually went to Earth.

– What happened?

“Near the landing, my back ski hit the ground a little earlier than I was prepared for, causing me to lose my balance and not get into the ski before landing,” he says.

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bite your neck

Ladehaug says the right ski snapped during the descent and as a result it was thrown and landed on its back.

– I twisted my shoulder and hit my head, neck and back a bit.

– Were you afraid?

– I wasn’t afraid. Ladyog says I know very well what I did wrong and that falling is part of ski jumping.

He emerged from the accident without permanent injuries and was soon back on his feet.

On Friday, another local hero got into trouble in Vikersund.

Raufoss’s Benjamin Ostvold frightened the crowd in Vikersund during the Test Tour when he fell to the ground early on during Friday’s jump test. This prevented him from reaching the playoffs, but he got away with a bad bruise and a bleeding cut on his elbow.

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