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Enjoying sports for life

Some basic tips to avoid injury, as well as a look at common sports-specific injuries

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Footballers of all ages are prone to meniscal, ligamentous and cartilaginous injuries of the knee, as well as hip and ankle injuries. Continuing to play may worsen a pre-existing injury.

THIS year, the world bids farewell to the sporting phenomenon and the fastest man in the world over 100m and 200m, Usain Bolt. During 15 years of competitive racing, Bolt won eight Olympic gold medals and remained relatively injury-free. This article looks at how we too can avoid injury and

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