Rio Olympics had started in a grand way. Athletes from all over the globe are performing mind-blowing stunts.Many players have broken records and won medals for their countries. Serious injuries had happened to some players.
In a recent 77kg clean and jerk competition at the top central pavilion, a painful incident has happened to Armenian weightlifter Andranik Karapetyan .His elbow was dislocated while attempting to lift a 195kg weight.All went right until his extension of his elbow went too far leading to the turning the wrong way crushing under the weight.
Karapetyan who is one of the favourites to win the gold medal went screaming pain .the scene was so pathetic, and all the Armenian staff and coaches held their heads with hands.
The 20-year-old was quickly moved to the hospital after first aid.
Karapetyan ‘s Olympic debut dreams were shattered due to the painful incident.
The Armenian athlete won the gold medal in this year’s European weightlifting championship.
He also got a bronze medal in the 2015 world weightlifting championship.
This is not the first painful injury happened in Rio Olympics french gymnast Samir Ait Said broken his leg during the men’s vault qualification
Said broken his leg when he failed to land correctly. His lower leg went dangling at a right angle after he mistimed his landing.
The gymnast was in severe pain and tears, he was taken from the treatment. Said was one of the best in the competition and expected to bag a medal.
These two incidents show the worst Injuries at the 2016 Rio Olympics
The athletes put their all efforts, and sometimes they come away with wounds instead of medals.
Earlier in the session, Saïd should recover soon and hopefully will be available in time for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Other Cyclists including Australia’s Richie Porte and Vincenzo Nibali of Italy, who were the front-runners in the Tour de France. Unfortunately, Both of them crashed during the Olympic road race and came out with injuries, including broken collarbones.
Porte told reporters that he was “disappointed” to be out of the Games. “I would have liked to be racing… and have finished the road race but if you’ve seen the crash, I think I came out of it quite lightly,” he said. “Obviously, my season is over now. I’ve got three or four months of not doing much other than focusing on recovery. It’s not the way I wanted to end the season.”
Netherland’s cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten, who participated in the women’s road race, fractured three vertebrae and suffered a major concussion after a horrific crash.
This year’s Olympics had broken players joints along with many records.Don’t know how many athletes will be injured in the upcoming competitions.