Former Australian swim team member Shayna Jack was injured after catching a tackle from ex-Wallabies star Nick Cummins while filming for SAS Australia
The 21-year-old swimming star was competing against the rugby winger in a fierce murder match when the incident, which you can watch in the video above, unfolded
As Jack battled another competitor for control of a tire, Cummins was called into the battle by former Special Service instructors
Jack was immediately stunned by the blow, but to her credit, she continued to battle the other competitors for tire control before the challenge was canceled by the instructors.
Jack, who currently faces a four-year doping ban after testing positive for the muscle growth agent Ligandrol in 2019, struggled to get back on his feet and immediately complained to himself. feel short of breath
Her condition quickly deteriorated on her return to SAS camp, with other contestants demanding that she receive medical attention, fearing that she would have a broken rib from the sharp blow
Cummins, meanwhile, told SAS instructor Ant Middleton that « she said she might have a broken rib, (it) looks like a broken rib »
Fortunately, Jack was eventually cleared of any major injuries, with the SAS Australia doctor stating that she suffered a severe bruise as well as dehydration
Later in the episode, SAS instructors suggested that Cummins was somewhat reckless during the first two days of the course after being involved in a ruthless incident with a candidate during the first
« When he came down from that mountain today he came down like a possessed one, probably a little reckless, I’ll be honest, » said an SAS instructor.
Chief Instructor Middleton agreed: « You can’t fault him for his commitment and sometimes maybe he’s a little reckless, where he goes full steam ahead »
However, all of the instructors were incredibly impressed with the tenacity of Jack, who managed to continue participating in the Killer Bullet Challenge even after his painful injury.
« Number 13, she got hit so hard – she went from no one noticing her to the strain of the day, » Middleton said
Another SAS soldier said Jack’s efforts made her stand out: « I didn’t really notice her until today, where she was absolutely poleaxed and broke with it »
For her part, Jack told viewers that she is looking to prove her character and tenacity to Australians who believe she is a drug abuser
“I think when it comes to doing something it’s 70% mental and 30% physical,” said Jack
« This course can be tough physically, but when it comes to being tough mentally I’m a fighter who never thrives in a tough environment »
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