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Video: Runner (not playing Pokemon) slams his you know what into a post

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What's up with all of the athletes getting hit below the belt lately?

First we saw the high school kid in Minnesota hit a foul ball directly into his you know what. Then Cleveland Indians third baseman Juan Uribe got hit by a bad hop and had to leave the game with an injury literally described as a "testicular contusion."

And now, we introduce you to a marathon runner who turned a corner only to introduce his midsection to a post sticking out of the ground.

Turn the volume up if you're interested in hearing the sound the collision made.

https://vine.co/v/5ZElEHrJDMK

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ayzmFxMCPE

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