Get yourself to the medical tent
A knight in full armour falling from a speeding horse makes quite a crash. Broken bones occurred frequently and if not set properly, they could be fatal. If a horse fell on its rider then amputation may be necessary. Death in tournaments was such a drain on the numbers of knights that the Church threatened to excommunicate anyone who took part, and would deny burial by clergy to any who died. Tournaments survived this ban though, even as they claimed the lives of many notable lords and kings. Henry VIII suffered many jousting injuries – he was knocked out by a lance striking him through an open visor in 1524 and nearly killed by a fall in 1536. The latter accident left him unconscious for two hours leading to fears of his death. His injured leg became ulcerous and started the decline of a sporting young monarch into a grossly obese old man.
Jousts were never completely safe events