Tanner Hall was set to make a wildcard appearance in the Freeride World Tour’s Stop at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in two weeks, but a recent injury has forced him to withdraw.
Hall shared a video of the incident to his Instagram, along with a description explaining what happened.
Check it out:
“Yesterday was one of the scariest moments on my skis ever. I was trying to goalpost the trees and I have never misjudged speed as bad as I did on this one.
If I was going 15 mph faster I would of had it and I thank god my aim was on point cause if I was a few inches to the left or right it could have been terrible……
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My right leg on the quadricep is really bruised and I’m so thankful my femer is all good and I’m walking with no problems but my shoulder took a serious hit and I have a non displaced fracture on my right shoulder blade.
It’s gonna be 6 to 8 weeks of healing time which means I will not be able to go to @kickinghorsemtn for the Freeride World Tour stop.
Gonna see a shoulder specialist asap to make sure nothing else is going on but I’m confident it’s gonna be all good just gonna do the smart thing and go see a doctor I trust, and I have the best physical therapist in the world who will help out the process @jesstidswell.”
We’re bummed we won’t be able to watch Tanner compete at Kicking Horse, and we’re wishing him a speedy recovery!