Self-reported chronic injuries in climbing: who gets injured when?

@inproceedings{Grnhaug2018SelfreportedCI,
  title={Self-reported chronic injuries in climbing: who gets injured when?},
  author={Gudmund Gr{\o}nhaug},
  booktitle={BMJ open sport & exercise medicine},
  year={2018}
}
Objectives To assess self-reported chronic injuries in climbing and possible connections with gender, experience and style of climbing. Method Retrospective survey. Setting Web-based questionnaire. Participants 667 active climbers (385 with chronic injuries, 289 males and 96 females). Main outcome measure Climbers who had experienced at least one chronic injury during the last 6 months. Result About 2/3 of male outdoor climbers had experienced a chronic injury. The three most frequent… CONTINUE READING
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