Mark McMorris Is Back On Snow 4 Months After Breaking His Pelvis, Jaw, Ribs, And Left Arm

Mark McMorris Is Back On Snow 4 Months After Breaking His Pelvis, Jaw, Ribs, And Left Arm

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Mark McMorris Is Back On Snow 4 Months After Breaking His Pelvis, Jaw, Ribs, And Left Arm

  • Already doing backflips
  • Spending his first time back on snow @Cardrona in New Zealand

Since breaking himself off during a backcountry jump session in the Whistler backcountry this past March, Mark McMorris has been busy making tracks on the comeback trail.

Related: Mark McMorris Severely Injured In Backcountry Accident (Fractured Jaw, Fractured Arm, Ruptured Spleen, Pelvic Fracture, Rib Fractures and Collapsed Lung)

The 23 year-old, 7-time X-games gold medalist recently let his fans know that he’s back on snow in New Zealand. In a brief post to Instagram was met with cheers and applause with one stoked commenter praised the icon’s comeback saying, “snowboarding wouldn’t be the same without [Mark McMorris].”

First backflip since the accident😊 @craigmcmorris #itson

A post shared by Mark McMorris (@markmcmorris) on

Back on March 25th, McMorris suffered multiple broken ribs, a broken left arm, fractured pelvis, a ruptured spleen, as well as a collapsed lung after misjudging a jump due to flat light.

While McMorris isn’t known for his gym grams, he recently posted a very encouraging video of himself doing standing backflips like it ain’t no thing.

Pretty crazy to think he was looking like this just 4 months prior…

 

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