[PHOTOS] Tony Hawk s’est pété 2 doigts en rouli-roulant et c’est atroce | Le Sac de chips

[PHOTOS] Tony Hawk s’est pété 2 doigts en rouli-roulant et c’est atroce

L’homme qui a donné son nom au jeu vidéo de skate le plus populaire de tous les temps a vécu un petit incident digital.

Accessoirement, il est aussi sans doute le skater le plus populaire de l’histoire et une chanson des Dead Obies, mais ça, ça ne change rien au récit que vous allez lire.

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Ainsi donc, Tony Hawk s’est brisé des doigts en faisant ce qu’il préfère: du rouli-roulant.

On sait que vous voulez voir la photo, alors on va vous la montrer tout de suite, et on contera l’histoire après.

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Samedi dernier, monsieur Hawk, 52 ans, s’adonnait à son sport de prédilection en compagnie de son fils Riley quand une débarque inopinée est survenue.

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Deux de ses doigts étant «pliés dans de nouvelles directions», le rouli-planchiste a pris celle de l’hôpital.

De magnifiques radiographies ont ensuite été effectuées:

Puisque son alliance coupait sa circulation et qu’elle empêchait le médecin de remettre ses doigts en place, elle a dû être coupée.

Sur Instagram, Hawk a expliqué de long en large les circonstances dans lesquelles ses doigts ont fourchu.

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We had a chance to skate a legendary backyard pool yesterday thanks to @ozzie_ausband, so I brought my oldest son Riley and our friend Chris. I rarely get to skate with Riley anymore because we ride different terrain, and lately we are both busier than ever trying to run businesses in the most challenging of times. Ozzie invited Eddie Elguera (a childhood hero) to join, so our crew spanned three generations of skateboarding. I joked that Eddie is the reason Riley grabs his nose on backside airs because I learned that technique by watching him, and Riley learned it by watching me. The pool was smaller than I anticipated so I didn’t wear full pads, likening it to a miniramp. We were having a blast, and at one point I actually gave advice to Eddie on doing a frontside rock (one of his signature tricks, and my first “advanced” move as a kid). The session was fun until I did a backside smith stall as a set up for a backside blunt, and suddenly found myself on the flat bottom with my fingers bending in new directions. The coping was huge and I paid the price by hanging up on my back truck. In that moment, I regretted not wearing full pads. Ironically, that wouldn’t have saved me from injury but I was being too cavalier to think that a wall over 8’ with vert was as “safe” as a mini-ramp. The session came to a screeching halt, and Riley drove me to the hospital like Ricky Bobby with a cougar in the backseat. Upon being admitted, a nurse checked my fingers and said they looked “dusky.” That expedited my care, and I was immediately assigned to a room as an x-ray machine arrived. Apparently, “dusky” is the color of extreme circulation loss. Within 30 mins, my fingers were back in place, and no longer dusky. I write this because today I am filled with divergent emotions: sadness from scaring my son & friends, regret from being cocky / careless, grateful from having an injury that could have been worse, and frustrated that I never got a backside blunt… as my skater ego endures. As pro skaters, we accept that injuries are inevitable and perseverance is key to success. But it still sucks to get hurt, especially at my age. And I’ll still be back for more 📷 @williamsharpimages

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On présume qu’il va s’en remettre et qu’il va continuer de jouer à la planche à roulettes.

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