China News Agency, Beijing, January 28. Chinese team player Gu Ailing stated on his personal social media on the 28th that he decided to withdraw from the X Games Winter Games held in Aspen, USA due to injuries during training.
The World Extreme Games is the highest level and most influential traditional event in the global extreme sports.
In this competition, the Chinese team has Gu Ailing, Su Yiming and Cai Xuetong registered for the competition.
Among them, Gu Ailing participated in this event for the first time in 2021, and won gold medals in freestyle skiing U-shaped field skills, slope obstacle skills, and bronze medals in big platform competitions.
In this event, she originally planned to participate in the freestyle skiing U-shaped field skills and slope obstacle skills competitions.
On the 28th Beijing time, Gu Ailing revealed on her personal social media that she fell during training. The doctor was very worried that she had suffered a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of her knee, and then Gu Ailing underwent an MRI examination.
Although the final result showed that the knee was still intact, Gu Ailing decided to withdraw from the competition.
"Even though I still had to leave the hospital with a sprained MCL, a sprained ACL, and bruises, I felt very lucky. The bad news is, I won't be able to compete in the X Games. I've spent the last few hours sorting out Thinking about myself and realizing that it's important to stay fit. I'll be back on the court soon!"
At the Beijing Winter Olympics, Gu Ailing won two gold medals in freestyle skiing U-shaped field skills and big platform, as well as a silver medal in slope obstacle skills.
Subsequently, she will devote more energy to her university studies in 2022.
At the end of 2022, Gu Ailing announced his comeback and participated in the Calgary Canada Station of the Freestyle Skiing U-shaped Track Skills World Cup, winning two consecutive championships in this station.