South Korean Weightlifting accident SA Jae Hyouk Horrible injury





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Published on Aug 2, 2012

South Korean Olympic weightlifter Jaehyouk Sa was forced to abandon the competition today after his elbow snapped back while he was attempting a 162kg lift.

The reigning champion in the men's 77kg category was taken to hospital after his second attempt at the snatch ended in disaster.

The 27-year-old successfully lifted 158kg (348.33 lbs) but tried to push it up to 162kg (357.15 lbs) the second time round.

Jaehyouk Sa of South Korea fails to lift the weight in the men's 77kg event during the London 2012 Olympic Games Weightlifting competition on 01 August, 2012

South Korea's Jaehyouk Sa injures was taken to hospital after he was injured during his second attempt at the snatch

But Sa encountered a problem halfway through the lift after he could not get out of the squatting position and his right arm buckled at the elbow.

In video footage of the incident, Sa can be seen falling to the floor and screaming out in pain.

Officials rushed to his aid as he rolled around in agony and was he escorted from the ExCel venue. He reportedly suffered a dislocated elbow.

After Sa pulled out of the competition, China's Lu Xiaojun smashed two world records in the most emphatic victory yet in the weightlifting competition

Comments • 12

Video? this is a fucking photo montage. Lame as hell
GrizzlyMizzly Chaim
this is sad:(
gregio woods
Hey Snappy! You jus got SprUNg!
thanks god am not an Olympic player !
Laurie Watson
If I click on another damn "video" that is a photo montage, I'm going to never visit YouTube again. The people who post these are morons!!!!
marek m
I have YouTubed a lot, trust me, and this might be the single worst video i have ever seen.
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you are a fucking noop muterfucker!!
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