Posts with tag "tj lavin"

  • MTV Host TJ Lavin Will BMX Again, Though Not Competitively

    Posted Nov 16th 2010 at 11:14 AM by Jett Wells

    After a month in Las Vegas University Medical Center recovering from brain surgery and other injuries sustained in a catastrophic crash at the Vegas Dew Tour championship, BMX star and MTV host TJ Lavin is out of the hospital and slowly recovering. But will it stop him from biking again? According to his mother, no way. "I have no doubt he'll ride again, but oh yeah, he's done riding competitiv...

  • MTV Host TJ Lavin Out of Coma and Talking

    Posted Oct 26th 2010 at 05:25 PM by PopEater Staff

    'Real World/Road Rules Challenge' host T.J. Lavin is out of the medically-induced coma he was placed in following an October 14th BMX accident. Lavin, whose bike skills are the inspiration for the video game 'MTV Sports: T.J. Lavin's Ultimate BMX', suffered broken ribs, a shattered wrist, and loss of consciousness after falling while attempting a stunt at the Dew Tour Championships in Las Vegas...

  • MTV Host and BMX Rider TJ Lavin Recovering After Crash

    Posted Oct 20th 2010 at 10:43 AM by PopEater Staff

    TJ Lavin, hospitalized last week after a serious BMX crash, is battling pneumonia while in a medically-induced coma, PEOPLE reports. The upside is the 33-year-old's brain, which was swelling and rendered him in critical condition, is apparently doing better. "Everything is good there," Lavin's business manager and friend Chas Aday tells the magazine. "Doctors are not expecting any [brain damage...

  • MTV Host TJ Lavin in Critical Condition After Crash

    Posted Oct 15th 2010 at 04:00 PM by PopEater Staff

    TJ Lavin, host of MTV's 'Real World/Road Rules Challenge,' was seriously injured Thursday night after losing control of his BMX bike while attempting a trick at the Dew Tour Championships in Las Vegas, according to ESPN. The 33-year-old TV host and expert BMX rider is reportedly in critical condition at University Medical Center in Las Vegas, according to a spokesperson for the hospital. Lavin ...

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