Tokyo 2020: Watch skateboarder Kieran Woolley take out cameraman before sharing fist bump in hilarious incident

A SHOCKED skateboarder took out a cameraman – before the incredible exchange ended with a shared FIST-BUMP.

Aussie 19-year-old Kieran Woolley looked horrified when he bowled the filmer over as he zoomed around the Tokyo 2020 skateboarding park.

But despite finishing up completely horizontal, the TV man clung on to his camera and kept filming the popular new Olympic event.

And as Woolley stopped to check on his victim, the pair were soon smiling and exchanging a fist-bump when it became clear no harm had been caused by their accidental gymnastics.

Woolley was on a high with a superb score of 82.69 when he sent the cameraman to a new low.

And TV viewers were treated to some comedy commentary that only made the incident more memorable.

"Oh, he's taken the cameraman out!"

"Wow – do you get extra points for that?"

And when Woolley touched fists with the cameraman, the commentators responded: "They've given each other the thumbs-up.

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"It's like, 'mate, I'm so sorry'.

"Look at the pro cameraman – he's still working! That man has just secured next year's pay rise!"

So whatever happens with the medals, it was fall's gold!

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