British skier Rowan Cheshire was the latest athlete to fall victim to the dangerous halfpipe at the 2014 Winter Olympics, knocking herself unconscious during a training run Sunday.
The 18-year-old Cheshire reportedly “fell heavily on her face” in the middle of the pipe and was taken to the hospital.
Team doctors diagnosed her with a concussion, and her face took a serious beating, but Cheshire at least seemed to be in good spirits after the crash. She posted this photo Monday from her hospital bed.
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It’s unknown if Cheshire will be healthy enough to compete when the women’s halfpipe event begins Thursday.