Snowboarder Mark McMorris begins physiotherapy on broken femur
McMorris training on underwater treadmill
Champion snowboarder Mark McMorris has begun physiotherapy after suffering a broken femur.
He was injured during a competition in Los Angeles in February.
Prior to the bad fall, the 22-year-old Olympic bronze medallist was having the best season of his career.
McMorris, who is from Saskatchewan, had surgery to insert a metal rod into his femur.
On Friday, he posted a short video about his progress noting he was glad to be in Vancouver and was taking his "first steps."
2.5 weeks post Femur surgery.<br>Glad to be in Vancouver 🇨🇦 <br>taking my first steps🙏🏻💯 <a href="https://t.co/pDSQ7FpaIe">pic.twitter.com/pDSQ7FpaIe</a>—@markmcmorris