Tanner Hall Begins Return to Skiing After 13 Month Injury Hiatus

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After over a year-long hiatus from the sport, Tanner Hall is back on trampolines and beginning what one can only hope is a triumphant return to skiing. Hall overshot the landing of a jump at Stevens Pass in May of 2009 and has been sidelined since with tibial plateau fractures and ACL tears in both knees. Tanner's 2009 injured followed a 2005 injury on Utah's Chad's Gap in which he broke both ankles. Hall, however, was skiing again by 2006 and gold medaled in the halfpipe of both the Winter X Games and US Open of that year. Tanner has plans to ski Mt Hood in early July and then Chile in August during the Evolve Chile Ski and Snowboard Camp. Good luck Tanner!

via The Ski Channel

Here's Tanner's latest trampoline session:

And here's an archive video of Tanner training a couple summers ago on trampolines and in pools:

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