Symptom Free: Will the Law Strike a Knockout Blow on Concussion in Rugby

Jack Anderson

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As the Six Nations rugby tournament approaches its half way stage, the usual media chatter on who might win go on to win the championship has been substituted by concern over a number of high profile, concussion-related injuries.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationlawinsport.com
PublisherLawInSport
Publication statusPublished - 05 Mar 2015

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