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During the first stage of South Africa’s Cape Epic, biker Robert Mennen struck an antelope at 37 miles per hour. The antelope went flying. Mennen went flying. Mennen broke his collarbone. The video, which features Mennen’s first person handlebar camera and post-race recovery, flips every which way upon impact and you can see Mennen – or the antelope, maybe, it’s sort of hard to tell – hurtle through the air.
No word on the antelope’s health, though.
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