Cyclist Philippe Gilbert took a gnarly tumble Tuesday during stage 16 of the Tour de France. You can see him lose control after taking a wide left turn around the bend and then flipping straight over a low stone wall.
Gilbert fractured his kneecap in the crash, but that didn't stop him from hopping right back on his bike and riding another 60 km (over 37 miles) to complete the stage. The injury forced him to retire from the race.
When you have a broken knee cap and decide to keep going for another 60km pic.twitter.com/cGoidtQH3w— PHILIPPE GILBERT (@PhilippeGilbert) July 25, 2018