So I thought it would be fun to ask this question, especially when we consider the precautions we take to protect our watches; and for those of us who like to beat our chests a chance to brag about old battle wounds! So, G-shocks for all their ruggedness and reliability are usually the watches we take on outdoor adventures, or for those of us with particularly rough and physical jobs - to the office.
For myself it was with my AWG-100BR-1A, long boarding down a long hill. Ate it at decent speed and got some nice road rash for it(thankfully nothing really serious). As for the watch the resin on top of the bezel got pretty torn up, 1 of the buttons are gone, the shorter part of the band torn off, watch movement jarred and now reads 10 minutes late, and some blood stains on it! Needless to say the thing is a write off as a wrist watch but since it still works (testament to the line's durability) I use it now as a desktop clock. The watch i think got it worse than myself but this accident kinda made me realize i'm getting a little old for skateboarding!
So please share your stories I'd love to hear'em!