Mountain Biker Finishes Race Amid Crash

Nicholie Rogatkin explains how he was able to finish after crashing off a cliff at the Red Bull Rampage competition in Utah.
2:39 | 10/19/15

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T Text1 plain The ABC news exclues nif the speed feed. Check out this daredevil mountain biker crashes off the cliff a T the red bull rampage competition. ? Oh, no. No. Oh, my god. Oh, my dposh. Nickolai is okay. Believe it or not. He got up and finished the race. He joins us by Skype. Thank you for joining us this morning. What happened? It was the craziest experience I ever had. Lining on the most technical and most difficult part of it. Just made a slight mistake and went tumbling down a massive cliff. The fall only took a few seconds. It must have felt like a lifetime. Oh, it felt like maybe ten seconds, a minute even. I remember everything so vividly. I remember trying to stop myself. And realizing I wouldn't be able to stop. And then just catching air and falling off the cliff. I was scared for my life in that moment. I didn't know what to think at all. Once you landed, what were you thinking? What were you feeling? As soon as I landed the I felt okay. I saw a little bit of blood dripping from if imy face. I got up. Started walking around. The medics told he to stay down. Luckily, I felt like I was okay. How did you make the decision to get back on the bike? I took a look at my bike. And I got up on it, I felt it was all okay. I got back on and continued. You took the huge canyon gap, too. The canyon gap is definitely the scary jump I ever did in my life. Hitting that right away was definitely helped by the adrenaline. Have you ever had a worse fall? No, I definitely, it has to be the most terrifying fall of my life. You have the scratch on your nose. How are you feeling? Somehow, besides the mangles face, I'm 100% okay. I'm really lucky. You're going to keep on racing? Mgts mountain biking is my life, my passion. Can't stop. We're Philadelphia you're okay. We're glad you kept going. Thank you for joining thus morning. Thank you very much. He's doing great. He wanted to give a shoutout to Paul bass, a fellow biker. Shattered a vertebrae if that race and they're all praying for him. So lucky. And there's helmet cam video of the crash. It's dizzying. To finish that and go do the canyon gap after that? I don't know. I'm never mountain biking again. You're out? Out. Out. Drop the Mike. When we come back, new

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