> > > >> >http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/my_club/sale/9259946.stm
> > > >> > Incredible. A player renowned for not being the bravest bust his foot
> > > >> > playing the Saffers and didn't go off.
> > > >> doubtful
> > > > Well, he played 10 with a broken foot. Nothing doubtful in that.
> > > > Either they have some pretty special injections in the medical bag, or
> > > > he's tougher than I've ever given him credit for.
> > > > Time to fastrack Owen Farrell? Flutey is not the answer. Myler is back
> > > > to form after a shaky start to the season, but he won't get a look in.
> > > Or as often is the case he simply didnt know since his boot kept it all
> > > together and he thought it was a mere bruise. often the real pain comes
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> > Perhaps. When I broke mine I knew about it. I had motorbike boots on
> > but couldn't change gear afterwards, yet alone stand on the pegs.
> Depends on the bone, JD says pointing out the obvious. A mate broke a
> metatarsal by dropping the pannier on his foot and rode for another
> week in Botswana, including the Makgadikgadi.- Hide quoted text -
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I broke the cuneiform by the big toe and the navicular. Basically the
bits that touch the gear lever which is what broke them when I fell.
Still gives me grief on long rides now as when it healed I got some
extra boney outgrowths which rub when the big toe moves.