The Olympics is a huge event so accidents are bound to happen and injuries occur. This is 10 of the worst accidents in Olympic History.
Subscribe for more! ► ◄
Stay updated ► ◄
For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Be Amazed at these Top 10 worst Olympic accidents and injuries! Katie Glynn – One of the most gruesome injuries from the recent Olympics in London came from the Women’s Hockey tournament. J. R. Celski – Yes, speedskating is as dangerous as it sounds. It’s generally, skating at extremely high speed. Samir Ait Said – Samir Ait Said was a hopeful for the French gymnastic team, especially due to his skills on the still rings. Janos Baranyai – When you lift huge weights above your head, one of two things can happen. Greg Louganis – Greg Louganis is a household name when it comes to diving. He has 4 gold medals and 1 silver, which is an incredible amount of medals.
Nicolas Bochatay – Nicholas Bochatay was practicing hard for the 1992 Winter Olympics, which were only 2 days away. Adrienne Nyeste – Adrienne Nyeste was at the top of her game going into the Atlanta Olympics. And though her country, Hungary isn’t incredibly well-represented in Gymnastics, she was determined to be the one that changed this. Yuto Totsuka – You may think that all of these accidents have been checked, analysed and the facilities at each Olympics prior to these accidents were completely protected. Canadian Bobsled team – One from the Sochi 2014 winter Olympics here. Have you ever watched the bobsled event? Emily Sweeney – The luge is no doubt, the most dangerous Winter Olympics event there is. Luge athletes have little to no defence other than a helmet as they speed down an icy runway.