/ NEWS: Shauna Coxsey Breaks Leg Bouldering
"I lay on the bouldering mat curled up in a ball but the pain wasn't going away. All I could think of was the noise I heard when I hit the mat...
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1275 views and not one person giving any commiserations yet.
I know it won't make any real difference but just in case you read this i am gutted for you and hope it's a good break that heals quick.
That's one way of looking at it. Another way is that 1275 of us cared enough to look.
I read the story and identified totally with that moment where you know the leg hurts, but try weighting it thinking "It's OK really, it's got to be"--and it isn't. There's a bit in Touching The Void where Joe does exactly the same.
Get well soon, Shauna!
Hey lass. Spit on your handds and take a fresh grip.
get well soon.
In the form of her life and then a massive injury i think thats all something we can associate with.
good video, strong as f*ck
I must be getting old. I looked at that video and just thought "Why would you do that? Nasty sharp rocks underneath, horrible landing, and you are BOUND to come off".
She didn't. But I would. Obviously. Probably before the camera was switched on :-)
Get well soon Shauna!
It's good bit of footage, and I'm sure at least a thank-you would have been welcome, even if you don't want to give him a shout out.
And the doctor too.
I am certain Shauna will have shown her gratitude to the random guy and the doctor, she's nice like that.
get well soon Shauna.
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