Episode: Concussion and mental health in BMX with Tory Nyhaug


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Concussion and mental health in BMX with Tory Nyhaug

He’s broken over 15 bones, ruptured his spleen, and suffered several concussions. Tory Nyhaug still wants to get his hands on an Olympic medal. With anxiety so bad he literally felt like his skin was ‘on fire’, the Canadian BMX racer opens up about depression and his hopes for Tokyo 2020.

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