New Zealand Surfing - - Between Sets -

Some­times in­juries can ap­pear at first to look worse than an they are, with in­ter­nal claret pro­vid­ing gore fac­tor plus, yet et once cleaned up re­veal only mere kit­ten scratches. Then you have other in­juries which on the sur­face look min­i­mal but deep down can be very se­ri­ous and life threat­en­ing. For 13 year old Milo Will­cock un­for­tu­nately his in­jury was the latte. Af­ter putting too much weight over one side of his board he slipped and face planted the deck, what you can’t see here is the mi­nor bleed­ing on the brain and a bro­ken col­lar bone. Milo was kept un­der ob­ser­va­tion for a cou­ple of days and made a full re­cov­ery and got back on the horse and into the waves. Milo wins the au­dio master­pieces from Skull Candy.

Think you’ve got the goods for the next is­sue. Show us your wor­thy gash and we’ll be the judge. Send high res jpegs to cory@nz­surf­, sub­ject: Skullcandy-gash­gore.

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