German Diver Stephan Feck’s Epic Fail Olympic Backflop

You’re on the biggest stage in the world for diving – the 2010 Summer Olympics and you want to show your best, but then you lose a grip on your legs during a flip and it all goes horribly wrong. Sounds like a Olympian nightmare, but it really happened to German diver Stepan Feck. You can see it below.

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The judges awarded it “epic fail,” giving 0′s across the board.

Via News.com.au

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  • blogagog

    “but then you lose a grip on your legs”

    Is that even possible?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=884725133 Patrick Waldschmidt Jr.

      Actually yes. Your spinning at a very fast pace and when your legs are wet, its very hard to keep a hold of them.

  • UOG

    My first thought was to Vinko Bogataj, Jim McKay and the words, “…the agony of defeat.” Some things have a life of their own. This moment in Stepan’s life could follow a similar arc.

  • Commander_Chico

    Feck it.

    • UOG

      In my mind I can already hear diving coaches using, “Don’t Feck it” as a cautionary warning to their athletes. Good one, Chico.

  • Wild_Willie

    That is how I would perform a dive. ww

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