Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Australian skateboarder Kieran Woolley takes out cameraman, then shares fist bump
Woolley collided with a cameraman, who was possibly standing too close to the skateboarder. The 17-year-old put him flat on his back but after they both gave each other a thumbs up, the pair shared a fist bump and a laugh before filming the Aussie skating off. You want it? We have it. Stream every Olympic event live on discovery+.
Ouch! Skateboarder wipes out cameraman in wild incident
Skateboarders often fall from great heights when a trick goes wrong on a half pipe - but the people capturing the stunning stunts are not usually the ones most in danger, until the Tokyo 2020 Olympics!
Australian Kieran Woolley was completing a trick on a rail when he collided with a cameraman, knocking him on to his back before sharing a light-hearted moment on top of the bowl.
After initially ramming into the cameraman, Woolley put his hands to his helmet in shock before he received a thumbs up from his new acquaintance. He responded with a thumbs up of his own before they shared a fist bump.