Right after the first impact I was knocked out
For the next 30 minutes I just had a few short moments of recollection as I was passing in and out of consciousness.
The problem most common with over-jumping those doubles is coming out nosy on the last 1/3rd of the airtime. I had that problem and landed flat on my front wheel. I struggled massively, but I was able to stay on the bike until the next take off was right ahead. I was still going way too fast, but it was too late for braking and even correcting my position on the bike proved too much to deal with in such a short space of time.
I just tried to push it away as hard as I could. Right after the take off I knew that this one was going to be painful. Nosediving and over-jumping it by about 4 to 5 meters I had no chance to save it. My instinct said roll it right now, because struggling on the front wheel a few more meters into that tight woods section is for sure not the better option at 50 km/h. Right after the first impact I was knocked out. For the next 30 minutes I just had a few short moments of recollection as I was passing in and out of consciousness.
I am almost painless again at the moment no idea how that could happen but i am glad and thankful it did! I think the Leatt brace did its job. Body is totally okay (magical), just had some problems with my eyes, but those are nearly 100% fine again.