Apart from the overall shock of collision, my first thought was as he drove off was to get his number plate, only to discover that it had been removed. So many strangers came out to help and offer assistance, but I was lucky enough to escape unharmed. I was more thankful that I am kinda robust and that doing these obstacles have helped me become that little more durable. As if it was an old person or even a child, the situation could have been a whole lot worse.
I honestly feel truely blessed that I had no serious injuries and I could get up and walk, but it just proves the point that you don't know what's around the corner. We are not superhuman and we have to cherish every moment that we have. Anything could happen at any moment and it is completely out of our control.
Keeping you posted on the OCR (Obstacle Course Racing) journey. Letting you know about courses, events and general health and fitness.