Bad luck for Daniel Danklmaier. The ÖSV speed specialist completed a downhill training session in Sölden on Tuesday. Danklmaier was seriously injured. He suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and a meniscus injury. After a 25-meter jump, the ÖSV champion felt pain, according to the association. Danklmaier could not finish his journey. He was then taken to the Hochrum private clinic for an MRI scan. There, in addition to the tear of the anterior cruciate ligament, a meniscus injury was also diagnosed. The Styrian (28) was diagnosed today, Tuesday, by Dr. Christian Fink operates.
Danklmaier was recently crowned sprint world champion in the Austrian downhill and was able to defend his title from the previous year. It is not yet clear how long Danklmaier will be out.