May 26, 2022

Crying, Zoo Aitken missed his flight, dropped his alarm, and then a nightmare crashed twice on his Olympic debut.

Amidst strong winds at Genting Snow Park, the younger Atkinson skiing sister was ninth in the half-pipe final, collapsed in two of her three runs, and lost one of her skis both times.

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Team GB star Zoe Atkins was shedding tears as she watched her Olympic medal dreams slip.Credit: PA
US-born Bert Hoff crashed twice during the Pipe Finals and finished only ninth.

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US-born Bert Hoff crashed twice during the Pipe Finals and finished only ninth.Credit: Getty
Cooling through a pool in the LA, Atkins also canceled its flight to the Olympics.

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Cooling through a pool in the LA, Atkins also canceled its flight to the Olympics.Credit: Instagram

The 19-year-old Atkinson, born in the United States, cried in the mixed zone when he saw the thrilling Chinese Ellen Go winning the second Olympic gold of the Games.

Building was not ideal as he tried to travel from his Utah home but had to book a new itinerary.

Atkinson said: “I missed my flight, which was stressful and stressful, because I had to cool off from the LA pool for a day.

“And I forgot to set my alarm on Coalition Day.

“I’ve been the same everywhere but we made it. I mean I set it up but I mistakenly set it up for PM and not for AM.

“My brain is kind of shattered at this Olympics, I’m so excited. It’s been so crazy trying to experience it all.”

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Elder sister Easy, the 2018 Slope Style bronze medalist, broke her back in December but traveled 6,000 miles to China before withdrawing from the competition.

Atkin said: “Izzy wants to keep what happened private. He had an unexpected medical emergency.

“He had to go home, which is unfortunate because I wanted him to stay.

“It’s better to prioritize her health and I’m glad she was able to stay here for a few days and we had to spend some time together in the village.”

However, Zoe is not the only GB star to have played in the tumultuous Olympics.

The country’s men’s Bobsleigh team was also involved in a horrific spectacle that saw them fall at a speed of 83mph.

On the third run of the men’s boobsley event, pilot Brad Hall and brakesman Nick Gleason topped their sled at the unfortunate corner number 13.

The pair slipped on the finish line with their heads on ice and supporters were worried about their health.

Fortunately there were no physical problems and both successfully completed the fourth race to ensure that there was no psychological hangover.

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