A spectator was also injured in this accident and was taken to the hospital, although the Indian player did not suffer any kind of injury.
Big accident in cycling. (signal picture)
playing in birmingham Commonwealth Games I had a good Sunday for India. Two gold medals came in India’s bag. On one hand, while the Indian players were celebrating, a major accident was avoided and the Indian player was also involved in this. A major accident was avoided with India’s cyclist Vishwajit Singh and this accident caught everyone’s attention. The accident happened on Sunday afternoon when the men’s 15 km scratch race was going on. The 10th lap of the race was going on when the cyclists collided with each other.
Eight riders collided with each other in this race being held at Lee Valley Velo Park in London. Olympic champion Matt Walls of England was also involved in this accident and he has got stitches. At the same time, Matt Bostok and Derek G of Canada were also taken to the hospital. However, these people have suffered minor injuries. The officials gave information about this.
HUGE crash at cycling during the Commonwealth Games in England
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The audience also got hurt
In this accident, not only the cyclist has been injured, but a spectator has also suffered injuries and has gone out on a wheelchair. Team India coach Dayalram Jat told this thing. Talking about this accident, he told about Vishwajeet that he was behind the injured players but at the crucial time he used his brain and applied the brakes.
Talking to news agency PTI from London, Jat said, “In such difficult times, it takes excellent skills to brake at the right time and he did exactly that. It was very painful. I have never seen such an accident. We were scared for a while.”
Vishwajeet backward in the last lap
Vishwajeet Has made it to the finals of these games for the first time. The final was of 60 laps. Singh was leading strongly but in the last lap he was left behind and then a penalty was also imposed due to which the tag of ‘Did not Finish’ stuck on him. The coach said about this, “But overall I am happy that Vishwajeet survived this painful accident and reached the final.”