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I agree completely, knowing a thing or two about collar bone breaks..
The fitness level of these guys is something else.. All we get to see is the end result.. Race day.. Behind the scenes, the amount of work they put in to be race fit, week in and week out is amazing!
Also the medical facilities available to them. They are the best in the world by far.. Sport doctors can do some really amazing things.. And a collar bone break, if not broken in the wrong place is easy to fix.. The athlete can be up and running in no time..
Needless to say what Jorge did was amazing.. But its not impossible.. And he definitely did not risk the safety of others.. There are too many checks in place for that..