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.