Connor Fields To Be Released From Hospital on Thursday

August 5, 2021

More information regarding Fields' crash in the Olympic BMX Racing semifinals

TOKYO – Dr. Jonathan Finnoff, Chief Medical Officer for the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee today shared news that Team USA athlete Connor Fields will be released from St. Luke’s International Hospital in Tokyo on Thursday, August 5th. Fields sustained a head injury during the semifinals of the BMX racing event at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 30th, and has been under the care of the USOPC, USA Cycling and local physicians. He will now return home to be with his friends and family in Henderson, Nevada, and start his rehabilitation.

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