American Skier Suffers Spectacular ‘Tomahawk’ Wipe Out in New Zealand

American skier Jennie Symons walked away without serious injuries after suffering a spectacular tumble at the Winter Games NZ, Monday, September 2.
The 20-year-old tumbled down a mountain at the Remarkables resort in New Zealand’s Queenstown during a freeride competition.
But despite going head over heels a number of times during the North Face Frontier 4* event, she escaped unharmed. (Reuters)

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