Flat Out: Rush Sturges Breaks his Back in Argentina


Flat Out: Rush Sturges Breaks his Back in Argentina

After banging his knee up following a cliff jump in Chile, Rush Sturges broke his back in Argentina, chipping a bone from his L2 vertebra when he landed flat off 60-foot Bonita Falls. Sturges has been on a wickedly intense film-collecting mission with the likes of Steve Fisher, Anton Immler, the Garcia brothers and other rippers-all for his upcoming release of the Dream Result. The Bonita Falls accident followed Steve Fisher's first-d stick of Chile's 85-foot Salto Palguin, and Fisher's teaming with Immler for the world record topo duo chuck. Read more here.