Those two words are how Brandon Te Hiko sums up his disappointment that an ankle injury will prevent him from competing at this weekend's Bathurst rounds of the UCI Supercross BMX World Cup.
The 22-year-old crashed in the opening round of the 2020 World Cup series in Shepparton last Saturday, misjudging a jump which saw him flip and land on his back.
While fortunate to have avoided serious injury - he did not break any bones in the incident - it means he will not get the chance to compete in rounds three and four at Bathurst.
"I'm fine, I've just got a pretty bad ankle, so I'll be out for a couple of weeks," the 2018 elite national champion said.
"It was actually my first race of the day, I just jumped bit too far and couldn't do anything about it, it just blew me straight off.
"Everyone thought I was definitely breaking my back when I did that flip. I actually hurt my ankle as I was coming up for take-off, I kind of crushed my ankle.
"The flip did nothing, it just ripped my shoulder open a little bit.
"I knew as soon as I'd taken off the lip, I knew I'd just passed the landing, I knew I was gone. I was just looking for the best option out.
"It times like that you've got to relax as much as you can and just let your body do what it wants to do. If you stiffen up, that's when you get really injured, so I tried to relax as much as I can."
Te Hiko was part of the elite men's field which took part in the first major event at the Bathurst track in 2016 - BMX Australia elite men's national championship.
Since then the track has been revamped and the Victorian talent had put in plenty of hours training at the venue to prepare him for competing in the elite men's field in the Bathurst rounds of the World Cup.
It was a prospect which excited him.
"I think the old track was pretty good, it flowed quite well, but there were certain parts of the track where you had to slow down. On this new layout you don't really have that option to slow down any more, you just go fast the whole track," he enthused at a BMX Australia training camp in Bathurst in early January.
"It's pretty awesome to see. Obviously the corners are quite big so you carry so much speed through there into the straight. The straights aren't too technical, so you can hold that speed through. It's unreal, it's probably one of the fastest tracks in Australia.
"It's pretty rare to get a World Cup here, it's going to be such an amazing vibe and I know the Aussies will get right behind all the Australian riders. It should be an awesome atmosphere."
But now Te Hiko will have to wait for another chance to compete in Bathurst.
"It's a real bummer. I'd invested so much time in training on the track, I'd been there week-in, week-out," he said.
"It's a bummer because you don't often get World Cups in Australia, I'm super bummed to miss out competing in Bathurst in front of that home crowd. The vibe would have been awesome."