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American skier suffers spectacular 'Tomahawk' wipe out in New Zealand

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American skier suffers spectacular 'Tomahawk' wipe out in New Zealand

American skier suffers spectacular 'Tomahawk' wipe out in New Zealand

Jennie Symons walks away unhurt after taking big tumble in Winter Games NZ competition

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American skier suffers spectacular 'Tomahawk' wipe out in New Zealand

SHOWS: QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND (SEPTEMBER 2, 2019) (WINTER GAMES NZ - SEE RESTRICTIONS BEFORE USE) (MUTE) 1.

AMERICAN SKIER JENNIE SYMONS WIPES OUT DURING FREERIDE SKIING COMPETITION AT THE WINTER GAMES NEW ZEALAND 2.

SLOW MOTION REPLAY OF INCIDENT STORY: American skier Jennie Symons walked away without serious injuries after suffering a spectacular tumble at the Winter Games NZ on 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.

(Production: Iain Axon)




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