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For Jockeys, Injuries Are Not a Long Shot


, : For Jockeys, Injuries Are Not a Long Shot. Physician and Sportsmedicine 15(6): 236-245

No mere lightweights, jockeys are a tough breed of athlete. Their sport subjects them to the risk of serious injury, the stress of extreme competition, and the strain of making weight.

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PMID: 27404541

DOI: 10.1080/00913847.1987.11709388


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