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Have you get any sport injury in your life ?

When i was in high school many many years ago , i broke my smallest finger due to my stupid friend in playing Basketball.

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Hmm.. I've rolled both ankles, sprained my right wrist, dislocated my left shoulder, got a hairline fracture in the left shin.... Never broken anything though .. *touch wood*

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Broke my left leg at 4 places due to some :retard: excercise in a high school PE class.
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I have knee ligament problems from a marathon last year. My ACL in my left knee is slightly torn but not enough to need surgery. I spent a few months in physio having to remodel the way I walk.
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Broke my left leg at 4 places due to some :retard: excercise in a high school PE class.
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Hmm.. I've rolled both ankles, sprained my right wrist, dislocated my left shoulder, got a hairline fracture in the left shin.... Never broken anything though .. *touch wood*
these are too much
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these are too much
Huh? lol

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"I want to do things on my own terms, I can't have anything take me out.
I have never given up and it's important for me to prove to myself that I can do this, and to prove to me that i'm a champion.
If I were just to sit down, lay down and give in, then I wouldn't have any respect for myself."
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I twisted my ankle long while ago when I was doing cross country running and few little injuries when I was playing tennis,still have some back problems after long back to back tennis matches.
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I twisted my ankle ice skating.

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I twisted my ankle long while ago when I was doing cross country running and few little injuries when I was playing tennis,still have some back problems after long back to back tennis matches.
you should rest for a while and be ready. Since i am plannşng something and i will upset you in tennis next year if you come again

I want to put this plan in practice next year for all of us
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I twisted my ankle ice skating.
In ice skating, i sometimes fell into my face
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you should rest for a while and be ready. Since i am plannşng something and i will upset you in tennis next year if you come again

I want to put this plan in practice next year for all of us
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The plan is to come together for the holiday here in a touristic place, maybe in Antalya. I am planning to rent a house. But these are for special people
wow,that sounds great
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shin splints if you count that, rolled ankles, broken ribs, broken toes, broken growth plates (fingers and toes), sprained wrists/ankles, ligament and tendon damage in knees, fingers, ankles, torn rotator cuff, muscle wasting/nerve damage (same shoulder as rotator cuff), back injuries but none too serious fortunately, muscle damage along the humerous, broken cheek bone, hairline fracture in the nose (playing squash). i can't remember anymore. but nothing really that serious besides the nerve damage and the rotator cuff has caused some permanent damage but not too bad.

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