Olympic Weightlifter Gives 110 Percent, Dislocates Elbow

This may be one of the few times an athlete can legitimately say "I gave 110 percent" or any other mathematically impossible number in reference to their effort. It is legit because in order to give more than 100 percent, you have to borrow from somewhere else. When you borrow something, you have to pay it back. Paying it back is never, ever fun.

What we're saying is that South Korean weightlifter Sa Jae-Hyouk definitely gave 100 percent in trying to snatch 357 pounds in the 2012 London Olympics. Then, he borrowed 10 percent or so from his right elbow. And then, if you are not squeamish, his elbow took back that 10 percent plus interest in a GIF you can watch after the jump.

Skip Bayless cannot WAIT to insult the character of this man's elbow. "TIM TEBOW'S ELBOW WOULD NEVER FADE IN THE CLUTCH LIKE THAT, STEPHEN! NEVER!"

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