35-year-old gymnast Lisa Skinner, who participated in three Olympic games from Australia, but did not win any medal, fell in the three-meter height during a speech in his hometown of Brisbane.

She fell to the head, but doctors claim that Lisa is able to move his arms and legs. After the fall actress has lost consciousness and was taken to the hospital. At the moment her condition is stable.

As reported by Sky News, the decline has occurred despite the fact that Skinner was a safety rope.

According to her mother, Anne Skinner, the doctors hope for recovery of the victim will not need more than three months.

Lisa Skinner was a member of the Olympic team of Australia in gymnastics at the Olympic games in 1996, 2000 and 2004. However, Olympic medals her country she never brought.

During her career, Lisa has participated in national tournaments in 1996 and 1997, winning the title of champion of Australia. She participated in four world Championships. In 1998 at the Commonwealth Games Skinner received two gold medals as a member of the Australian team and as a member of performances on the uneven bars.

At the world Cup – 1999 Skinner took the 19th place in the all-around.

In 2004 Skinner, going to the next Olympic games, not even out of training: on the uneven bars she was only 31 minutes, and the log – 55th.

After that, Lisa left gymnastics and began to cooperate with Cirque du Soleil.



Olympic gymnast Lisa Skinner, who performed in Cirque du Soleil, fell from a height, injured spine 28.11.2016

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