I hope I'm not being too harsh here but it sounds like youse guys need to do some soul searching about your maintenance procedures and/or sailing techniques.
In 45 years of sailing I've never even seen a full on dismasting and only one spar folded over at the spreaders - after a race in the winter.
Well you are scratched off the list of people I will sail with.
You just increased your chance of witnessing a catastrophic rig failure by 100%.
Two sticks for me, but both on small boats >25', so not much excitement.
Of note on one, the owner was surprised/disappointed I did not cut the rig away in deep water (he was not aboard).
Insurance adjuster was really impressed with the way I had the crew retrieve and stow the pieces on deck.
The claim was handled expeditiously and the cheque was larger than the owner anticipated.