Pre-Olympic Snow Skier Recovers from Injury Like a Champion
Tori Williams is back on the path to being a top athlete in her sport. Nearly two years she had a bad landing from a jump nearly destroyed her knee, surgery, rehab and determination have built back her strength. Tori, a 14-year-old high school freshman from Northern Kentucky, competes in racing on the slopes and made the Junior Olympic Team last year. Every Monday through Thursday after school during the season, she's at Perfect North Slopes, training with her dad. Last season, just a year after her injury, she already had a remarkable year. "Any time she finished a race, she was on the podium" winning a medal, says her dad, Troy. Tori says she would "love to be an Olympian one day." This is the story of her family's medical journey at Cincinnati Children's
Nearly two years ago, Tori Williams, had a bad landing from a jump nearly destroyed her knee. Surgery and rehab have built back her strength.