Jason W., a professional ATV motocross racer, was practicing at a small private track near Hurricane Mills, TN three days before the final pro race of the year (August 2004). He was ending his day of practice when he decided to attempt a large 60 foot triple jump on the track. Unfortunately, he landed short on the jump prior to the triple causing him to lose speed and traction. This caused the ATV to not carry enough speed over the takeoff of the jump and subsequently did not clear the jump. He landed about 3 feet short of the intended landing, causing his rear suspension to compress on the face of the landing and then “pogo” the back of the ATV. This propelled Jason off the ATV over the handlebars with the ATV soon following and landing on him. Somehow, his finger was broken in the crash either from bracing his impact on the ground or it getting caught in the ATV, his shoulder was also dislocated.
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