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    Nick Jacobsen out of King of the Air Due To Broken Fibula

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    Nick Jacobsem informed via Facebook that he's not gonna participate in this year's Red Bull King of the Air. During preparations for the event, which is going to take place at the end of the month in Cape Town, Nick broke his fibula.

    Get well soon, Nick!

     

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    1). Nick Jacobsen out of 2018 Red Bull King of the Air.

     

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    Broke my fibula yesterday. Wow that was painful, I’d rather spend 5 hours in the dentist chair. Having surgery soon, and I’ll be up and flying in no time Were 2 hours up the coast when it happened, thanks to @grahamhowes @darryl_partington and @leandrapartington for taking me straight to the hospital. #FRIENDS - Good thing is that I have the best friends and greatest support around me. @cabrinhakites Any good TV series out there?

     

    Photographer Credit: Tyrone Bradley/Red Bull Content Pool


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