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risky business in Monaco : implementation , prediction and a 6 reductionist approach are all contributory factors in the future challenge of sports injury prevention

@inproceedings{Capio2017riskyBI,
  title={risky business in Monaco : implementation , prediction and a 6 reductionist approach are all contributory factors in the future challenge of sports injury prevention},
  author={C. Capio and Donghyun Ryu and M. R. Wilson and Andrew Cooke and E. Bellomo and J. Baldi and L. Jones and Luke Wilson and S. Lucas and James Cotter},
  year={2017}
}
abstracts from the 2016 sport and exercise science new Zealand 30s from the 2016 sport and exercise science new Zealand 30 annual Conference Vol 44 • No 1 • 2017 

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