What are the worst injuries that have happened in sports?
that time the Goodyear Blimp crashed at the Superb Owl
>part of a team
he disclocated, broke and literally ripped out both his legs and died. the moment when he looks at his lower body and gets unconscious gets me the chills every time fuark:( RIP breh
>in b4 edgy btards
>What are the worst injuries that have happened in sports?
That guy died. Sure the clip shows the fire marshall kid getting torn to shreds by Pryce's car, but people overlook the fact that the extinguisher the kid was carrying slammed into Pryce's head, knocking the helmet back with such force that the chin-strap nearly decapitated him. He was dead before he hit the wall at the corner of the next turn.
Shelford made his Test debut for the All Blacks later that year against France in a 19–7 victory in Toulouse, and then was a notable victim of the infamous "Battle of Nantes" in the second Test. Roughly 20 minutes into the match, he was caught at the bottom of a rather aggressive ruck, and an errant French boot found its way into Shelford's groin, somehow ripping his scrotum and leaving one testicle hanging free. He also lost four teeth in the process. Incredibly, after discovering the injury to his scrotum, he calmly asked the physio to stitch up the tear and returned to the field before a blow to his head left him concussed. He was substituted and watched the remainder of the game from the grandstand where he witnessed the All Blacks lose 16–3. To this day Shelford has no memory of the game.[
Funny thing, a book is scheduled to be published this month, from a former doctor of the French squad, saying all the players were completely high on drug pills for this game. It's causing quite a shitstorm in French rugby right now.
Well, it's not like the others are less drugged and roided anyway.
>On April 28, 1993, Janković nearly fatally injured himself during a Greek League playoff game between Panionios and Panathinaikos in Nea Smyrni, Athens, Greece, on the home court of Panionios.
>The injury occurred eight minutes before the end of a tense playoff match. Janković scored a basket on a drive to the hoop while being guarded by Panathinaikos player Fragiskos Alvertis. However, the referee Stelios Koukoulekidis, wiped out Janković's basket and instead called him for an offensive foul. It was Janković's 5th foul of the game, which meant that he had fouled out.
>In reaction to what he believed was a bad call at a crucial moment of a very important playoff game, Janković slammed his head hard against the padded concrete goal post. He permanently damaged his spinal cord and was unable to walk for the rest of his life.
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Poor guy was only 18 at that time. Had been impressive in CL against Champions League a couple of weeks before.
Zednik as well
So from what I understand, his skis got caught in the orange fencing and literally ripped his fucking groin open. I'm assuming he was bleeding from the bone breaking/puncturing his "taint" (the area between your balls and asshole). Like you said, both legs were dislocated and holy FUCK.
>pitcher then proceeds to hit the next batter up
I read an article about a winger in thee Man U academy around the same time as the class of 92 who was apparently the most promising of the lot. He got a really bad knee injury, missed a year or two and never made. He was depressed and killed himself before he was 30.
>The worst injury in the Premier League's history happened in a league game between Manchester United and Coventry City at Old Trafford in 1996. Busst collided with Dennis Irwin, a tackle which caused a double compound fracture, meaning his tibula pierced the skin. The match was abandoned for 15 minutes while blood was washed off the pitch. TV channels refused to show replays of the event and Peter Schmeichel received months of counselling, after initially throwing up on the pitch.
Recovery time: Busst never recovered from the injury and he was very lucky not to have had his leg amputated.
Yeah, It kinda popped back itself.
Had to get water and blood injected from the knee like 8 times though.
And a surgery later on.
My knee is fucked up since.
iktfb, except i was playing football
It took almost 15 minutes before the ambulance got there and they set it back (the dipshits couldn't find the field and no-one else knew what to do with it)
If it ever happens again i'm popping the thing back myself ASAP
>mfw I took a line drive to the head at field level once while working a MiLB game, and they had to stop play to cart me off
fuck man that's why I don't play sports in the first place
never saw a video but i read the story as a child and it scared me. But after re-thinking the story was probably a lot of yellowpress bullshit (it was talking about how they couldn't find blood for him because of him being AB - what makes you an universal receipant)