Gregory Bull, Associated Press
Winners of the women's pommel horse final react at Pan American Games gymnastics competition in Rio de Janeiro, Tuesday, July 17, 2007. From left is, United States silver medal winner Amber Trani, Brazil's gold medal winner Jade Barbosa and Brazil's bronze medal winner Lais Souza.

MIAMI — A Brazilian Olympic freestyle skier who was paralyzed while training in Utah is now being treated at a Florida hospital.

Doctors of Lais Souza will give an update on her condition on Friday at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, which specializes in spinal injuries.

The ex-Olympic gymnast injured her spine while preparing to compete as a skier at the Sochi Winter Games. Souza was at the University of Utah hospital since hitting a tree while skiing recreationally on Jan. 27. The accident left her unable to breathe on her own or move her legs and arms.

The 25-year-old Souza participated in the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics as a gymnast before switching to the winter sport.