Dying Young: Is Sport to Blame?

Whyte, Greg
September 2010
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Sep2010, Issue 25, p24
The article presents questions and answers related to the liability of sports to death of young athletes including the truthfulness of such aspect, the prevention, and expectations.


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