Running On Broken Tibia
Ben Higgins
Aug 10 2012, 08:20 AM
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Ouch ! Guy had guts !

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/blogs/london...-183203856.html

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Aug 10 2012, 10:53 AM
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WOW ohmy.gif He had guts and is a warrior, a fighter. Salute and Respect smile.gif

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Ben Higgins
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QUOTE (Yash @ Aug 10 2012, 10:53 AM) *
WOW ohmy.gif He had guts and is a warrior, a fighter. Salute and Respect smile.gif


It would totally freak me out to have a broken leg.

Have any of you guys suffered any broken bones ??

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Aug 10 2012, 12:38 PM
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Many years ago when I was young I used to do cat 1 road cycle races. Racing and cars doesn't mix well so I've had various bones broke. I once had my knee pulped when a car driver opened her door and I hit it hard at speed with my knee. It also shoved my fibula up in to my nee cap and out through the back of my leg. My fibula has popped out a couple of times since even when it isnn't stressed.

It's pretty common for road race cyclists to finish races with disolocated and broken bones often sustained 10s of km before the end. I always remember the 1987 Tour de France when Herrera crashed down a ravine on a descent in the Pyrinies. He climbed back up and got hit by a team car as he was getting on his bike. He finished the stage. If you check the 2011 TdF news you'll also find the story of a TeamSky rider who was hit by a TV camera car...

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Ben Higgins
Aug 10 2012, 02:43 PM
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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Aug 10 2012, 12:38 PM) *
Many years ago when I was young I used to do cat 1 road cycle races. Racing and cars doesn't mix well so I've had various bones broke. I once had my knee pulped when a car driver opened her door and I hit it hard at speed with my knee. It also shoved my fibula up in to my nee cap and out through the back of my leg. My fibula has popped out a couple of times since even when it isnn't stressed.


Ouch !! That is definitely horror story material !! ohmy.gif

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Aug 11 2012, 12:35 PM
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I've broken my foot, two toes and my clavicle. All in different incidents and all in Motorcycle Accidents. (None of which were my fault!!)
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llibach
Aug 12 2012, 09:33 PM
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Oh man that's one tough dude. I've broken two both playing Rugby, broke my jaw when I was 19 making a tackle and now I've got a plate in there and the other was almost 2 years ago when I got spear tackled and smashed my collar bone into 4 pieces that's been put back together and now has a plate running the length of my clavicle with 6 screws holding it together, so I'm full of metal laugh.gif . The last one was the deciding factor in forcing me to retire from the game, not so easy to recover with 2 kids and a full time job. tongue.gif

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Ben Higgins
Aug 13 2012, 11:43 AM
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QUOTE (Sensible Jones @ Aug 11 2012, 12:35 PM) *
I've broken my foot, two toes and my clavicle. All in different incidents and all in Motorcycle Accidents. (None of which were my fault!!)
sad.gif


Oww that's bad enough.. thankfully nothing more serous than that !

QUOTE (llibach @ Aug 12 2012, 09:33 PM) *
Oh man that's one tough dude. I've broken two both playing Rugby, broke my jaw when I was 19 making a tackle and now I've got a plate in there and the other was almost 2 years ago when I got spear tackled and smashed my collar bone into 4 pieces that's been put back together and now has a plate running the length of my clavicle with 6 screws holding it together, so I'm full of metal laugh.gif . The last one was the deciding factor in forcing me to retire from the game, not so easy to recover with 2 kids and a full time job. tongue.gif


So you're officially the most metal man at GMC !! cool.gif

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