George Hartley McQuinn was an American professional baseball player. He played as a first baseman in Major League Baseball from 1936 to 1948, most notably as a member of the only St. Louis Browns team to win an American League pennant in 1944 and, as a member of the world champion 1947 New York Yankees.
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George Mcquinn: Ski Accident, Crash, What Happened, Dead Or Alive
Professional skier George McQuinn was knocked unconscious after a dangerous fall while competing in FIS Freestyle World Cup event in Deer Valley, Utah on Thursday.
The scary scene was caught on video and showed the Team USA moguls racer appearing to hit his head on the last jump of the course. His body then seemed to go limp as he slid down the mountain on his stomach, face-first.
George McQuinn, a moguls racer hoping to join Team USA ahead of the 2022 Beijing Olympics, was knocked unconscious after hitting his head twice during a jump attempt at an event on Thursday.
US Freestyle team communications liaison Lara Carlton said shortly after the crash that McQuinn had regained consciousness and was “seeking medical evaluation,” per The Salt Lake Tribune.
The 23-year-old skier was competing at the FIS Freestyle World Cup at Deer Valley Resort in Salt Lake City when his head appeared to slam into the ice during the race’s final jump.
Footage from the jump shows McQuinn flying horizontally in the air before crashing back to the ground on his back, hitting his head once more.
Dead or Alive:
After hitting his head twice, McQuinn slid down the snowy path all the way to the finish line face first. The 23-year-old returned to consciousness shortly after the incident.
McGuinn then shared a photo of himself holding a thumbs-up as blood marks are seen on his face.
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