Emily Sweeney crashes on final run, says she "is fine"

Tricia Pearson
February 14, 2018

But Sweeney flashed a quick smile to reassure her fans as she walked along the track to the Olympic Village clinic for further examination. Sweeney was rounding the infamously hard Curve 9 on the track when she began to speed back and forth out of control-at about 60 miles per hour. She suffered no broken bones but was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure.

South Korea had been Sweeney's first Winter Olympics appearance after she narrowly missed out on going to the Vancouver games in 2010 - losing the final spot on the team to her older sister Megan. She got sideways out of 9, and started oscillating up and down 12, before her feet hit the roof, coming back down on her neck and head it looked like. So thanks for all the support, you guys.

"I don't think Curve 9 is unsafe, but I am anxious because it's technical", Mazdzer said in a video for NBC, explaining how it can throw a luger off by tenths of a second, which can be the difference in a medal. Yeah, it's a bummer, for sure, and I know I'm better than that, but here we are.

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Emily Sweeney said she was "fine" after the crash. Her dad was also spotted with a celebratory beer after his daughter's triumph, which is, as the saying goes, the ultimate "dad move".

"She's lost it, Emily Sweeney has really lost it", the commentator said.

Another tearjerker was super-teen Chloe Kim's father's reaction to her incredible gold medal-winning run on the halfpipe course on Monday.

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