Jackson Goldstone After Hardline Crash - 'I've Most Likely Torn My MCL'

Feb 25, 2024
by Sarah Moore  

Jackson Goldstone qualified third fastest at Red Bull Hardline Tasmania and was on a heater of a run during finals today when he crashed in a technical section just 37 seconds in to his race run. You can see the crash at 2:14:20 in the replay.

He's now posted on Instagram that he most likely has a torn MCL and is flying home tomorrow to get the recovery process going.

bigquotesWelp… saw my boy @ronandunne_dh lay down a heater and knew I had to push with everything I had. Ended up having one of the biggest crashes of my life. Got off line by a few inches and slipped into a rock pitching me forward into a non padded tree. Thankfully I didn’t come to a complete stop on it but my left leg was on the other side of the tree than my body and I’ve most likely torn my MCL. Flying home tomorrow to get the recovery process going with @redbullcanada and @damienmoroney. Gutted to not finish my run with how sick this track was but hopefully won’t be out for too long. Fingers crossed for Fort William.Jackson Goldstone

We're gutted to see Jackson injured after his incredible 2023 season and are wishing him all the best with his recovery.

Goldstone looked so comfortable on track all week and was even able to give play by play commentary during a GoPro lap earlier this week.

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  • 228 14
 Me personally, I simply wouldn't have crashed
  • 38 2
 I would have been going too fast to hit that tree
  • 80 1
 I don't recall myself having crashed there either.
  • 65 0
 @Brodes-P: see, if it were me, id have had a good 10 seconds to react and dodge the tree.

Probably would still have hit it though.
  • 5 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: 10 second? Damn, that makes you twice as fast as me...
  • 2 0
 I thought about that and then crashed.
  • 38 0
 @Moonshot20: I fell off my recliner when I saw the video clip. Think I might have torn my ACL (antique cloth lounger).
  • 5 0
 @barp: I genuinely flinched when he rag-dolled towards the camera.
  • 5 0
 @sfarnum: me too. And I knew it was coming.
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 @bgoldstone: Glad he got off relatively lightly, here’s to a smooth recovery.
  • 4 0
 Yeh, learn how to ride Jackson!
  • 5 0
 Yeah, hard to crash when you are walking that section.
  • 1 0
 @Tormy: Is this whooshmatter?
  • 1 0
 I would have hit the deck before even reaching that rock and should a miracle have occurred and I too lost it on the rock there is NO WAY I would have dodged that tree. Astonishing that he came out alive. He is Spider Man !
  • 86 3
 Damn. I hope he can heal up in time for the world cups. This be the reason Bruni opted out for sure! Can't wait to see the fast guys battle it out and Jackson needs to be there.
  • 44 0
 Google tells me if it does not require surgery it is a 1 to 6 week recovery depending on severity. Longer if surgery is required.
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  • 165 24
 I asked Donald, he said bleach was the answer…lots and lots of bleach, only the best bleach. Seems a little odd to me though…
  • 34 12
 @Monkeyass: The Donald should know... he used to be a very 'Stable Genius' ... that was years ago... he's finally decreed himself a 'Total Genius'... so he well knows...
All joking aside though, all the best wishes to Jackson - a quick full recovery!
  • 6 0
 I had a grade 2 right mcl tear from playing hockey. I'm no Red Bull athlete and strict adherence to my physiotherapists appointment schedule, instructions and exercises got me back on the ice in 3 months (@12 weeks). As a pro athlete with access to resources I'm sure 6 weeks (probably not 1) is realistic. I've never seen a racer sporting a knee brace (pros and cons to that) but I wonder if he might consider it if it gets him back on track sooner.
  • 9 0
 @iammarkstewart: braces have been worn in the circuit, pre and post surgery, fairclough, peaty and others
  • 25 12
 @Monkeyass: it was probably "THE VERY BEST BLEACH"
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 I have worked with and led professional hockey teams medical and injury rehab departments in the past.It is correct that recovery times from an isolated MCL sprain vary from short (1 week) to long (12+weeks) depending on severity. Grade 1- Minor to Grade 3- Complete tear. There is also the possibility of other structures in the knee being affected (ex: meniscus, ACL) which could complicate management and extend recovery times.

Ultimately if it is an isolated MCL injury, recovery for a high level athlete is usually straight forward and predicable. A brace could be beneficial if a return to racing is desired, but likely not needed long term since mountain biking doesn't stress the MCL as much as sports like soccer and hockey unless a crash occurs.

Hope Jackson has as smooth a recovery as possible
  • 21 9
 @flaflow: the best bleach money can buy, I thought to myself, wow this is some nice bleach. (Visualize hand motions)
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flag RevedOut (Feb 25, 2024 at 11:16) (Below Threshold)
 @Monkeyass: Just glad I didn’t listen to, Joe. He said “Just get the shot and you won’t get “MCL surgery””.
  • 44 12
 @RevedOut: Trump voter detected.
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flag RevedOut (Feb 25, 2024 at 11:53) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: You were smart enough to read into my my joke! Hopefully, you are smart enough to make your own decisions in your life too. Also, I highly advise against pouring bleach on your MCL. Just in case you were considering it.

All sarcasm aside, I hope Jackson gets better because he is one hell of a rider
  • 19 1
 @SyKon: Coming next from Dave Weagle- Very Stable Genius, a a suspension platform that will make biking more greater again, and will only accept the results if it wins.
  • 12 0
 @Monkeyass: ..made by only the best people.
Incredible people.
  • 2 0
 @Lagr1980 Yes, I remember Brendog wearing one for the best part of a season when he did his ACL.
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 @Planetx888: And will incite a riot if it doesn't win.
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flag BeerGuzlinFool (Feb 25, 2024 at 17:36) (Below Threshold)
 @RevedOut: nah. Sleepy Joe says just have some ice cream and don't forget to blahsab be mumble fra!k
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 @clinder: Sprained my left MCL twice (Snowboard once and skiing once) Level 1-2 tear according to the physios. Easiest exercise to do was ride a road bike and back on the MTB pretty quickly. Well before I could run or turn properly and long before I would have considered getting back on Ski's. Just risky with potentially crashing or having to dab hard.
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flag RevedOut (Feb 25, 2024 at 19:26) (Below Threshold)
 @BeerGuzlinFool: Isn’t it amazing how many Sheeple are on this forum! They probably flip to CNN or NPR after they flame PB.

2024 —-> Make Pink Bike Great Again
  • 2 1
 The medical care provided to RedBull athletes is absolute top tier. It the primary reason/benefit, along with training that RB provides. He will be in great hands!
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flag BuntyHoven1 FL (Feb 25, 2024 at 23:57) (Below Threshold)
 @RevedOut: Blows my mind too. Useful idiots is the term. Allegedly
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 @nastynate711: Tiny Hands....
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Y'all are really proving the stereotype of a Trump voter. Calling others 'sheep', while blindly supporting a slimy conman; screaming 'useful idiot' while supporting the pinnacle of useful idiots. Zero self awareness.
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flag BuntyHoven1 FL (Feb 26, 2024 at 11:01) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: I'm not exactly a Trump supporter although I would vote for him over many as he's at least non-globalist, non-career politician. Although that is not saying much. I would vote for anyone over the corrupt establishment.

The useful idiot term comes from the people who just parrot the corporate media narratives as RevedOut stated. Incapable of critical thinking, useful idiots. Think, Ukraine flags, sharing videos of nurses dancing during
a so-called pandemic, climate alarmism, pronouns, blindly regurgitating critical race theory, BLM, etc.
  • 12 4
 @BuntyHoven1: You are absolutely stunned if you think this comment made you look less like a nut-case Trump voter.
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flag RevedOut (Feb 26, 2024 at 16:29) (Below Threshold)
I actually voted Democrat all my life. I just got sick of the lies, constant wars, etc. I confess, I was once a sheep like you are. It’s ok to be wrong.
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 @RevedOut: You're voting for Trump because you want to support a truthful politician? The man credited with telling more blatant lies than any other politician in recent memory, in every conceivable venue, whenever he speaks, is your choice when looking for a truthful politician? Genuinely, you need help.

Given how out to lunch you seem to be, I'm sure you'll immediately turn your nose up at the Washington post, but this compendium of his bullshit is backed up by legitimate data. Although, they gave up tracking it in 2021 after 30,000 references.

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flag RevedOut (Feb 26, 2024 at 16:37) (Below Threshold)
Well said!

Sad part is this was a good thread until Monkeyass flamed it.

I would call him a gaslighter but I’m sure he wants to cancel gas stoves.
  • 11 1
 @RevedOut: "Well said!" - as you repeat a bunch of bullshit with no substance I've heard spewed by every right-wing talking head in the last few years. Very non-sheep of you, sir. You also don't seem to understand what 'gaslighting' means.
  • 4 6
Does that Canadian flag you fly mean you’re a Justin Trudeau supporter?
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 @RevedOut: Nope, I'm more lefty than that, son.
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That explains everything.
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 @jayacheess: I applaud you for at least you knowing where you stand and having beliefs. Most people are cowards and follow the mainstream media or get influenced.

In America we have the freedom to “Agree to disagree”. Well at least that’s how it used to be.
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 @RevedOut: It unfortunately does not explain any of the blatant contradictions you've expressed in your various posts. I don't expect someone in-thrall to a demagogue to participate in the self-reflection required to resolve those contradictions, though. Best of luck with your cult, friend.
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flag RevedOut (Feb 26, 2024 at 17:17) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: I was trying to end your rants and our conversation on this threat by feeding your ego, but its worst than I thought. Best of luck.
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flag BuntyHoven1 FL (Feb 26, 2024 at 17:38) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: I don’t think any of the aspects of useful idiot that I mentioned could be credited to Trump. They have a lot more to do with the cultural Marxism being used to subvert western society.

Out of interest what party would you vote for in Canada?
  • 12 5
 @BuntyHoven1: " cultural Marxism being used to subvert western society. " - dude, get help. Seriously.
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flag BuntyHoven1 FL (Feb 26, 2024 at 22:14) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: You have to do better than that. The majority of people can see that elites, governments, and institutions, aren’t acting in their interests. You would have to be naive to think they are. Especially after the Covid 19 debacle.
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 @jayacheess: That went downhill almost as fast as Jackson
  • 26 1
 Something tells me Redbull will invest more than fourteen dollars in tree padding for this course next year...
  • 23 1
 True true. If this had been run by WBD every comment would be about not being safe enough. Don't get me wrong they're no angels, but people are extremely willing to give Red Bull events a pass for things that there's uproar about at WBD events. Maybe that's the real power of Rob's voice...
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 @CleanZine: if its free to watch RB can do what they want and everyone with say they are saints.
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Thank you for the clip link. He smoked that tree. Sucks to see him go down. He was my fav for tops.
  • 1 3
Any thought that the track marshal who took this video was the distraction that caught Goldstone up? He seemed to disappear from the sidelines after the fall. I'll have to rewatch the replay to check but it's what I remember.
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 @HappyBiker19: Hard to see but pretty sure his rear wheel hit the square edge of a rock and it pitched him forward.
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 @Rabbuit: after watching that instagram clip, I guesstimate that he was traveling at right around 20 mph. If he'd taken the brunt of that impact on the left side of his abdomen/ribcage, he woulda ruptured his spleen.
  • 19 3
 Such a bummer. It’s like watching the WSL without John John Florence… Frown
  • 9 0
 Or Toledo not at pipe, chope or Fiji. Oh wait Toledo never show up on big waves of consequences Wink
  • 14 2
 Having read some previous comments about the tech sections of this track not being very tech, this crash highlights how technical the top part was. Jackson's run was pushing the limits, he had the heat turned all the way up. It was a damn shame he didn't get to complete his run, it looked like it was going to be amazing. Just a slightly misplaced wheel ended the show for him.
  • 6 0
 The lighting in the trees must have been a factor that day. Light to dark to light is so tough at speed.
  • 12 6
 I hope I'm wrong, but you wonder if some teams will prohibit their riders from going to Hardline - World Cup is more important for them. I've also said elsewhere, that we may see riders specialising in these events, and not really focusing on World Cups.
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 To be honest, I've got the feeling that it is becoming quite the opposite. It is important to get good media exposure. Back in the days, it was primarily the race results every other month in Dirt Magazine. But nowadays, whatever they do at Rampage, Fest events, Hardline and cool individual projects can give them great exposure too. Especially if it delivers pretty and marketable pictures.
  • 5 7
 I agree with that - lots of male riders are consistently absent from hardline for exactly this reason, Jackson may miss his chance for the WC overall now because of this.
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 @vinay: If that was the case Redbull Athletes like the following would be a pre requisite, but they are a no show. Jess Blewitt (raced in the past and got injured, so maybe her new team wasn't to thrilled at the prospect of their new signing missing World Cups), Loïc Bruni (on the original start list but pulled out a few weeks earlier), Aaron Gwin (injured now but never raced a Hardline in the past), Vali Höll, Finn Iles, Myriam Nicole, Richie Rude.
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 @casey79: it depends on the rider. All these teams and sponsorships are just advertising. Some riders (Iike some you mentioned above) are known simply for racing and the results they get racing.

Others like Jackson, Kerr, etc have a much broader appeal to their sponsors and fans. If Jackson wins multiple World Cup this year, but misses out on the overall because he missed the first race with this MCL injury, is he really worth any less to his sponsors? For Jackson the answer is no, but for some riders it does matter. And those are the writers that would likely like hardline.
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flag justanotherusername (Feb 25, 2024 at 7:58) (Below Threshold)
 @sino428: You don’t think Jackson is worth less to sponsors if he misses out on the WC overall?

He will be worth materially less as his exposure will be massively less - that’s just pure fact.
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 @justanotherusername: no I don’t think he’s worth less at all. I don’t think him winning the overall title matters much at all in terms of his value. If he performs great the whole season but losses the overall because he misses the first race I don’t think it decreases his value at all when you consider the added value of doing other events like hardline.
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flag justanotherusername (Feb 25, 2024 at 8:30) (Below Threshold)
 @sino428: ok, you are entitled to your opinion that not winning hardline and not winning the WC overall is the same position for an athlete in terms of sponsorship value as not competing in hardline and winning the WC overall.

I just happen to live on planet earth and have the common sense to know that’s just utter and complete bullishit.
  • 2 0
 @justanotherusername: if only we could compare the respective viewerships of Hardline and the World Cup. But nobody's going to let that happen.
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flag justanotherusername (Feb 25, 2024 at 8:54) (Below Threshold)
 @BenPea: viewership of a single event alone isn’t a measure of an athletes value, win the WC overall and you have all the advertising opportunities that go with that, for the athlete and the bike they are in.

Winning hardline vs winning a single WC is a fair argument - not winning vs winning the World Cup overall is a silly argument.
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 @BenPea: not a straight comparison but currently on Yt Hardline as about 400k views against 125k for the top viewed semi final. That’s the data we have. Don’t know how many people watched finals
on GCN or Hardline on RedBull Tv (which didn’t work for me).

I do know that more of my non riding friends were are of Jackson’s Hardline win than any of his WC wins at the time.
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 @justanotherusername: It's not that silly. We've all been aboard the Red Bull train for years now and there is guaranteed high-quality exposure for riders and sponsors via that organisation. Ok, the World Cup gets hyped up via various channels, but if few people watch the actual races and the audience is generally not particularly interested in buying bike products (e.g., because they stumbled upon the coverage while looking for a football match and have never ridden a mtb trail) then I don't think you can be that certain. This is not a trad Olympic sport. It's driven as much by the notion of fun and good vibes (as exemplified by Hardline and the various riders who cross over between racing and freeride) as it is by pure performance. I'm rambling, but it's about the philosophy of gravity biking and it's true audience/market.
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 @bgoldstone: exactly, because RB is everywhere and knows how to attract attention.
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 @justanotherusername: Jackson Goldstone has been a household name in mountain biking since he was a kid, long before he ever stated a World Cup race. The kid has an incredible amount of marketability outside of just his World Cup results. Just the course preview he did for hardline has almost 300k YouTube views between the redbull and go pro pages chanels.

The fact that you can’t see that this stuff matters, but say I’m not living on planet earth is comical.
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 @justanotherusername: personally if Jackson does not win the 2024 WC Overall as a result of a competition injury I will find that preferable over the fact that he did not win the 2023 WC Overall as a result of a blown tire.
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 Of course they will. It’s already happening and is probably why most of the top riders turned down the appearance fee offeredto all those who attended.why risk a season for a one off media show that has no status
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 @sino428: if he misses the season because his crash meant he went head first into the tree rather than hitting his knee I suspect pon might well take a different view
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 @justanotherusername: Last I checked, and it’s been a minute, pro motorcycle racers are barred from racing anything “dangerous” that isn’t a sanctioned points paying event. For this exact reason!
I was surprised to see any factory riders show up for this.
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 @Untgrad: Not sure how "dangerous" is defined and I won't question this goes for Rampage or Hardline, but it is a tricky line to draw for athletes who are good at this kind of stuff. Is contributing to a mountainbike movie dangerous, which Crankworx disciplines are ok and which are not, is it even ok to train for your WC races?
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 @Untgrad: Why were you surprised when factory riders have shown up at every Hardline to date?
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 @chrismac70: what’s next on your list that the rider should miss the one off of the World Championship because it might mess with their World Cup season overall chances?
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First of all, I just gave you your only thumbs up. So far.
And yeah, it seems like in the world of DH Mtn biking, the decision to do an event comes down to the rider.
At least some of them.
So who am I to tell them it’s too dangerous..
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 @commental: I think I already explained that.
And here we are looking at Jackson possibly out for the season.
I’d call that “exhibit A”.
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 @Untgrad: well I would find it a little strange for a sponsored athlete to not be a part of their sponsors events. Especially in the sport in which they are sponsored.
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 @tiffe: I didn’t know there was this much sponsorship involved.
..so be it
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 @tiffe: The World Champs don't fall into the area of Chrismac70's interest. He just gets a hard on every time the opportunity to criticise RedBull and shill for WB/D arises.
  • 3 0
 Ok lets end this, anyone disagreeing with me has weird looking pp, the end.

(Best of luck to Jackson, one of the most exciting riders to come about for a few years)
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 @justanotherusername: Oh now you're going for the beetroot eaters huh?
  • 9 0
 I know Dan Booker isnt as popular, but he had a really rough crash too. Is he ok?
  • 9 0
 This guy bounces back like a damn kangaroo. See you at WC round #1 buddy.
  • 8 0
 His head didn't miss tree by much. Could have been another Steve. Thank God
  • 7 0
 Damn. Hope his recovery goes alright. Knees suck.
  • 7 2
 Jackson is a brand unto himself. Rock on man and heal up. Enjoy some chill time.

Remember it’s Gee we all need to watch out for.
  • 5 0
 and in the blink of an eye his prefrontal cortex doubled in size
  • 2 0
 That one was brutal and and few inches away from being really bad.. Hopefully the damage isn't too bad. Plus, he's young which tends to help with the healing process.. Hope he's back at it soon.
  • 3 2
 Man this sucks for possibly one of the most gifted talents we may have ever seen. I dunno, I am all for pushing the limits but Redbull and Monster are more X-games for style, form and uniqueness than 'racing' UCI competitive downhill or EWS racing.. I'm all for Jackson riding what he wants, just why compromise one for another.
  • 4 2
 Son of a @&#$ I was hoping he didn’t get injured on that get off. Dang JG heal up quick and we are all wishing you a speedy recovery!! We will see you back on top soon.
  • 3 0
 Done various grades twice on my mx bike. Longest was 6 weeks. Way better than an ACL tear.
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 With a torn MCL he's probably the luckiest person on earth. I sat in the car, listening to the stream and had to pull over (safely) to watch the replay of the crash.
It reminded me the crash Minnaars bike had a few years ago with a pole. Imagine Jackson woul have hit the tree... at his speed the outcome could have been way worse...
sure it's a bummer for the season prep though...
hope he'll be in the start hut at the first WC
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 Well, that most likely kills the Pinkbike 2024 prediction of him winning the overall! I DO really hope he makes a quick recovery and is racing at 100% by the time Fort Bill comes around.
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 This will be an easy recovery for him in this sport. I have a patella graft and many torn bits of meniscus still. The only thing he might need to wait a while to do is pedal sitting down on a low seat.
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 Damn! I sure hope it's not a big tear, or that will affect his riding this year for sure. Physio will work for most of us, but not when you're someone who needs every bit of performance from their body. If it's not too bad, my guess is he'll ride for the season, then get surgery after the end of the season.
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 Broke my ACL some years ago. My doctor was upset about my MCL, I remember how the doctor checked my knee,it was like man,I think my MCL is good but if you go another time like that you would broke my leg leg in two pieces...horrible stuff...
When I woke up the doctor said my MCL was good,I told him if he tried to break my leg again under anesthesia and he told me: of curse!
Knees are precious,complicated and very difficult to trust them 100% with something repaired there...It is just not the same any more,at least that is my case.
Over the bike is much much better,I never felt sending it to hard for my old busted knee,but walking or running is not fun when the terrain bad like a mountain hike,then I know I f*ck up my knee at every step.
  • 3 0
 Heal up Jackson! The little bit of your run that we got to see was fire!
  • 4 1
 pee pee poo poo balls
  • 2 1
 Mcl? Call donjoy and get a custom brace color matched to your scb And shred the wc!
  • 3 5
 Sorry, Sarah, another injury article that will get all the clicks (podcast reference).

But, def bummed for him. Glad he managed to avoid that tree, though. Was stoked to hear they could tell Ronan put in a stellar run and put them under some pressure (that they can all handle).
  • 2 0
 And all of a sudden he's just a kid..dang man, heal up quick
  • 2 0
 Damn, heal up quick Boost Bro!
  • 1 0
 Crappy that this happened. Come on home. We got wicked good surgeons here in the Sea to Sky. Heal up!
  • 2 0
 Damn and his gopro play-by-play of the course ruled
  • 1 1
 baby! The world cup is more important, the ¨syndicate¨ should create its own freeride team to show off on social networks and obtain likes and income
  • 1 0
 Wrapping his knee in best brown paper soaked in vinegar will sort it quick Sharpe
  • 2 0
 Any updates on his injury? will it keep him from starting the season?
  • 1 0
 Oh sheet, I hope he comes back quickly.
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 He's got till May to get better.
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 That hurts, hope he’s ok
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 Hope he will get well soon and crash the uci races. But, I think this HardLine is amazing. We need more of this events. Like the worlds. All or nothing.
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 All I have to say is that I hope for a speedy recovery for Jackson.
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 DT hope he heals quickly and doesn’t integer with his seasons day job on the WC circuit
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 When you are one of the top DH racers in the world why take the unnecessary risk riding Hardline?? You had nothing to prove.
  • 7 2
 Perhaps Redbull pays him a huge stack of cash to attend?
He's a DH racer what is he supposed to do not do DH races???
plus it's awesome.
  • 2 4
 @Mattwendling: it's not a DH race. Discovery screwed up MTB racing with adding the extra risk of stupid semi-finals as it is. Why risk your career or multiple seasons for hardline??
  • 8 1
 @dchill: How is hardline not a DH race?

Also, he crashed in a totally normal DH type section of track not on a hardline massive jump feature.
  • 4 1
 @dchill: yes maybe they should drop qualifying as well because you know a rider might crash there as well. Maybe only have a single race a year to achieve the lowest chances of crashes. Only walk the track, no pre rides allowed.
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 @Mattwendling: it does not count for race season.
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 @tiffe: All I am saying is the semi final is pretty stupid. Ask any pro their opinion on it. Discovery has f@cked the sport.
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 Boost Master!
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 No report on the cameraman?
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 There wasn’t one. Stationary camera
  • 3 0
 @bgoldstone: The angle that was filmed was pretty insane. If someone was holding that camera they would have took some serious damage. Appreciate the response. RIP tripod. Heal up Jackson.
  • 5 0
 @speed10: it was a bit like The Ring when the ghost walks out the tv at you, but 100x faster
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