Epidemiological Review of Injuries in Rugby Union
AbstractRugby is a sport that is growing in popularity. A contact sport par excellence, it causes a significant number of injuries. In Rugby Union, there are 30 to 91 injuries per 1000 match hours. This epidemiological review of injuries incurred by rugby players mentions the position and type of injuries, the causes, time during the match and season in which they occur and the players’ positions as well as the length of players’ absences following the injury. View Full-Text
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Kaux, J.-F.; Julia, M.; Delvaux, F.; Croisier, J.-L.; Forthomme, B.; Monnot, D.; Chupin, M.; Crielaard, J.-M.; Goff, C.L.; Durez, P.; Ernst, P.; Guns, S.; Laly, A. Epidemiological Review of Injuries in Rugby Union. Sports 2015, 3, 21-29.
Kaux J-F, Julia M, Delvaux F, Croisier J-L, Forthomme B, Monnot D, Chupin M, Crielaard J-M, Goff CL, Durez P, Ernst P, Guns S, Laly A. Epidemiological Review of Injuries in Rugby Union. Sports. 2015; 3(1):21-29.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kaux, Jean-François; Julia, Marc; Delvaux, François; Croisier, Jean-Louis; Forthomme, Bénédicte; Monnot, Damien; Chupin, Marie; Crielaard, Jean-Michel; Goff, Caroline L.; Durez, Patrick; Ernst, Philippe; Guns, Sébastien; Laly, Arnaud. 2015. "Epidemiological Review of Injuries in Rugby Union." Sports 3, no. 1: 21-29.