Sky Brown: Skateboarder, 11 years old, hospitalized after the fall of the horror

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BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 16: Skateboarder Sky Brown skates during the Laureus Sport for Good Skateboard Visit prior to the 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards at the Nike SB Shelter on February 16, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Boris Streubel/Getty Images for Laureus)
The eleven year old posted a video about her Instagram and YouTube channel with a clip of his spill in California and an emotional message from his hospital bed.

The video shows Brown flying off the end of a half pipe while traveling at high speed.

Lying next to a teddy bear and a pink shark in her hospital bed, Brown reassured her fans that although she was mistreated and bruised, she was “excited to come back even stronger and even harder”.

“I don’t usually post my waterfalls or talk about it, because I want people to see the fun in what I do, but this was my worst fall and I just want everyone to know that I’m fine,” said Brown in his video. hospital.

“It’s okay to fall sometimes. I’m just going to get up and push even harder. I know there are many things in the world right now and I want everyone to know that whatever we do we have to do it with love and happiness.”

‘Lucky to be alive’

Brown is targeting the Tokyo Games, which have been postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, where the sport will make its Olympic debut.
After reporting that she suffered head fractures and broken bones in her left wrist and hand during the fall, she was taken to the hospital by helicopter. The British Olympic team did not respond immediately CNN request for comment.
Brown’s father, Stewart, told the BBC who was “lucky to be alive” after her fall.

“Sky landed headlong from a ramp on his hand,” said Brown’s father. “When she first came to the hospital, everyone was afraid of her life.

“Sky had the first fall she ever had and is lucky to be alive. Sky remains positive and strong; the whole medical team is shocked to see her positivity.”

In his YouTube video description, Brown said, “This has been my worst fall so far. My helmet and arm have saved my life. This won’t stop me. I’m going for gold in Tokyo 2021. Stay strong . Stay positive. “

Brown was born in Miyazaki, Japan. Her mother is Japanese, while her father is British.

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