In the above video you can see the moment where a female weightlifter breaks arm in two places, while she lifts a 110 heavy barbell.
The devastating accident took place yesterday in the city Batumi in Georgia during the european championship in weightlifting, where the 30-year-old female weightlifters Gaelle Nayo Ketchanke represented France in the 76 kg category.
It writes several media outlets including Yahoo Sports
The 31-year-old Gaelle had already been tried with the weight of 110 kilos two times, without it succeeded for her. And when she tried the third time it went terribly wrong. Gaelle Nayo Ketchanke getting through the first part of the promise, but when she raised the barbell above his head and was going to fix his leg up to complete the promise, gave her left arm and broke in two places.
She broke off, among other things the arm at the elbow, blurted out in a completely skewed angle. Gaelle tried to drop the barbell, but she poured immediately down on the floor with the barbell over the.
Here is the terrible moment. where Gaelle break his arm in two places, and the elbow smoking of joints. (Photo: Ritzau Scanpix)
The whole thing was filmed on the 'live stream' of 'the European Weightlifting Federation. On the film you can hear the horrified screams from the audience, while Gaelle is located and writhing in pain.
Gaelle Nayo Ketchanke, who won silver at last year's championship in Romania, was put up on a stretcher and was quickly led to treatment at a nearby hospital.
The strong idrætskvinde arm broken in two places and her elbow was smoked by the led.
the Accident came at the worst possible time for Gaelle, who had expected to participate at The Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. Gaelle Nayo Ketchanke have previously lifted 110 pounds with success during the european championships in vægtløfting in 2016. And her personal record is 111 pounds in Georgia in 2015.
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