Bronze medalist of the Olympic games of 2014 in the freestyle discipline of ski cross Swede Anna Holmlund out of medically-induced coma which was from December 2016.

As reported TASS with reference to the portal the Local.se, the athlete has regained consciousness and can talk. In the summer she will move to his native Sundsvall to continue rehabilitation.

Holmlund received a severe head injury on 19 December in the Italian Bolzano in the fall in training before the next world Cup. During one of the races, the athlete lost his balance and hit his head, and then lost consciousness.

The doctors in the clinic, Bolzano diagnosed Anna with a brain hemorrhage and underwent emergency surgery, after which she was placed in a state of drug-induced coma. When the state of Holmlund stabilized, she was transported to the hospital Karolinska Institute Stockholm.

In addition to the bronze of the Games in Sochi, in the asset Holmlund third place at the 2011 world Championships. She is also a three-time winner of the world Cup standings ski cross.



Swedish ‘ out of a five-month coma caused by a head injury 19.05.2017

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