January 1989
Prevention;Jan89, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p10
Suggests ways for skiers to avoid injuries. Statistics on lower leg and knee injuries sustained by skiers; Importance of learning how to take a fall; Use of foot bindings which release upward at the toe.


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