16-year-old Japanese snowboarder suffers horrifying fall in men's halfpipe and gets taken out on stretcherGet the Full StoryMatthias Hangst Getty
16-year-old Japanese snowboarder Yuto Totsuka suffered a scary fall in the men's halfpipe final on Wednesday in Pyeongchang.
Totsuka hit the lip of the halfpipe after a huge air and went crashing to the ground.
He was taken off in a stretcher.
16-year-old Japanese snowboarder Yuto Totsuka suffered a horrifying fall in the men's halfpipe final at the Winter Olympics on Wednesday in Pyeongchang.
On his second run of the final, Totsuka dropped in and went for his first jump, twisting several times in the air. Totsuka missed his landing, however, crashing into the lip of the halfpipe, which NBC described as "frozen concrete."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:Chloe Kim's snowboarding career launched at 6 years old when her dad signed her up for a team because it was cheaper than lessonsThe 15 best photos from Chloe Kim's dominating gold-medal performance in the ladies' half-pipeChloe Kim had already sealed a gold medal when she threw down a combination the Olympic games have never seen, just for fun