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Old 09-14-2009, 11:06 AM   #41 (permalink)
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fractured tail bone smacked my face on a gap down box i cased my face went WAM!!!! in to the side of the box and put a gash in my custom to the wood not a good day dislocated shoulder 2 concussions broken thumb sprained ankle thrown out my back tweaked my neck broke my nose lol its like a book i just wrote more to come just wait!!! idk if this counts skier bombed past me when i was in line to drop and pealed my top sheet back thank god for gurilla glue and stickers

and i never went to the hospital and most where first or last runs just like stats say
dang man that's crazy!

my worst... came down on my back edge, came too with a concussion, dislocated shoulder, fractured wrist, sprained ankle, bruised ribs. Night before a rail jam I was going to... wasn't a fun season finisher.
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Old 09-16-2009, 05:00 PM   #42 (permalink)
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i broke my left wrist but my friend who is a skier was trying an 810 onto the downside of a kink and landed on his thigh on the rail it cut through his three layer pants and made a cut a little bigger than a fist i wish i still had the picture it was bad
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Old 09-16-2009, 07:57 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I am SO glad I didn't read this thread before I went to New Zealand. Farkin hell some of you guys have suffered pure demonic agony.

It's been a week since my first season and my knees and ribs still hurt What am I to dooooo? I've decided I'll leave it for a while and see.

Landing on the tailbone is the worst pain ever... sheesh. Fkn icy chairlifts and fkn skiers who lie in the middle of the exit ramp complaining they're too fat to get up.
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:40 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Here's a my list of injuries (snowboard injuries are in bold/italics). There might be a few I forgot, but this is pretty much all of it... to date.

BROKEN BONES
left ankle, right foot, right hand, right wrist, back (2 vertebrae),left ribs, nose (2x), fingers and toes
SPRAINS
many left ankle sprains (2x casted), many right ankle sprains (1x casted), left shoulder separated (2x), right knee, back
OTHER
compressed vertebrae disc, forehead gash/dent (staples & stitches), bone chips on chin, bruised pelvis bone (for over a year), concussions (1 hard... a couple minor), both knees have torn micro cartilage (jumpers/runners knee), scalded left foot
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Old 09-16-2009, 09:04 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Here's a my list of injuries (snowboard injuries are in bold/italics). There might be a few I forgot, but this is pretty much all of it... to date.

BROKEN BONES
left ankle, right foot, right hand, right wrist, back (2 vertebrae),left ribs, nose (2x), fingers and toes
SPRAINS
many left ankle sprains (2x casted), many right ankle sprains (1x casted), left shoulder separated (2x), right knee, back
OTHER
compressed vertebrae disc, forehead gash/dent (staples & stitches), bone chips on chin, bruised pelvis bone (for over a year), concussions (1 hard... a couple minor), both knees have torn micro cartilage (jumpers/runners knee), scalded left foot
i got a shitload of right ankle sprains. they are such a bitch! coming and going, they just keep flowing (yo, im a poet and i didnt even know it). but your list is crazy. and the bruised pelvis bone for a year??! you did you make it through the season??! your spine also looks like it is being held together the same as snoninja93's boards top sheet, too, lol...
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:16 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Here's a my list of injuries (snowboard injuries are in bold/italics). There might be a few I forgot, but this is pretty much all of it... to date.

BROKEN BONES
left ankle, right foot, right hand, right wrist, back (2 vertebrae),left ribs, nose (2x), fingers and toes
SPRAINS
many left ankle sprains (2x casted), many right ankle sprains (1x casted), left shoulder separated (2x), right knee, back
OTHER
compressed vertebrae disc, forehead gash/dent (staples & stitches), bone chips on chin, bruised pelvis bone (for over a year), concussions (1 hard... a couple minor), both knees have torn micro cartilage (jumpers/runners knee), scalded left foot
And still ridin!!!!!!!!!!!! PROPS TO YOU!!!!!!
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I met up with my friend who lives in Germany last March and we rented a car and drove to Verbier, Switzerland for a snowboarding trip. On day 1, 5 hours into the trip I got injured. The trails were steep and I was riding a new longer board that I was not used to (mistake). I was also not wearing any wrist protection (biggest mistake). I was trying to keep up with my friend near the bottom of the mountain and it was icy and I caught an edge and fell backwards hard mostly onto my left wrist. I knew it was broken and stopped by the local clinic to get it casted. The next day I drove back with my friend to Germany for 8 hours with one arm (she did not have a drivers license) and then caught an earlier flight back. One of my friends is a orthopedic surgeon and fixed my fracture the next day since it was an unstable fracture and would not be able to be treated non-operatively. Fortunately it healed great.
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