THE Males's 94kg weightlifting last was marred by distressing scenes after Welsh athlete Joshua Parry collapsed after his first lift.
Competing in his first Commonwealth Games, the 27-yr-previous left viewers in shock after falling to the bottom when attempting to lift 160kg.
Simply two days after Australian ace Francois Etoundi tore his bicep when attempting a lift, weightlifting has been rocked by one other critical incident.
With the bar resting by Parry's windpipe, the Welshman failed to get it over his head and instinctively threw the bar on the ground.
Instantly after, his legs buckled and he collapsed on his again due to a scarcity of oxygen.
Medics rushed to his aide as they assisted him together with his respiration, with a protecting curtain shielding viewers from Parry.
Two-time Commonwealth Games weightlifting champ Michaela Breeze was on commentary obligation for the BBC, and shortly reassured followers he can be nice.
The 38-yr-previous stated: "He's OK, he's OK… properly he's not OK clearly. He's alright, undo his belt, get his legs within the air, the docs there.
"OK so what's occurred fairly merely shouldn’t be getting the oxygen in. He stood up, makes it actually exhausting to breathe whenever you've received the bar sitting heavy on the windpipe.
"You’ll be able to see his physique buckling earlier than he even tried the dip… he shall be completely nice. We don't want a paramedic on the stage, that's a bit bit OTT."
Parry failed to get well in time for his second lift, however walked off unassisted to rapturous applause from these in attendance.
The Males's 94kg ultimate was gained by Papua New Guinea's Steven Kari, who efficiently defended the title he gained in Glasgow 4 years in the past.
THE Males's 94kg weightlifting ultimate was marred by distressing scenes after Welsh athlete Joshua Parry collapsed after his first lift.