26 Apr '16, 10pm

Please keep #EMUTrack alum Jamie Nieto in your thoughts

During his illustrious career, two-time U.S. high jump Olympian Jamie Nieto , who won three U.S. outdoor and one indoor national titles and achieved a personal best of 7’8″ (2.34m) to take 4th at the 2004 Olympics before retiring and becoming a coach in 2013, always finished his competitions by waving to the crowd and performing a back flip or a back handspring. Last Friday afternoon after wrapping up practice with his group of post-collegiate jumpers at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Calif., the 39-year-old Nieto attempted a back flip but failed to bring his entire body around and landed on his head. Nieto suffered a severe spinal injury and was paralyzed immediately. Struggling to breathe, he was quickly airlifted by helicopter to the Los Angeles County+University of Southern California Medical Center’s NeuroTrauma Center. During the helicopter ride, Nieto’s breathin...

Full article: http://www.letsrun.com/news/2016/04/olympic-high-jumper-j...

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