Quote Of The Day
“I remember back in 2017 the achilles tear I suffered led to excruciating pain, so to tear my right side and not have any indication that it was initially torn was tough to deal with. People say it would be awesome not to have to feel pain, but to feel pain is a good thing. Being able to feel pain is a warning system for our body for a reason.”
– Canada’s Olympic high jump champ Derek Drouin talking about not being able to feel pain in his right side from chest to toes because of a badly herniated disc in his neck.
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