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Concerns about the risk of serious harm associated with concussion are widely recognised as top priorities for many sports to manage. A series of highly publicised events, including legal settlements in the United States (US), the escalation of concussion claims in the United Kingdom (UK), and coronial concerns in Australia, illustrate the pervasiveness of this ‘crisis’. With class action claims threatened in two high profile football codes, this article undertakes a retrospective review across the decades. It examines relationships, risks and salient features in concussion-related concerns within the Australian sports landscape.
|Journal||Australian & New Zealand Sports Law Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Dec 2021|
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Annette Greenhow (Participant)9 Nov 2021
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