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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
    Really? I haven't seen a death yet.

    Where is the data for this, I'm very interested in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
    Really? I haven't seen a death yet.

    Where is the data for this, I'm very interested in it.
    Lawn Bowls is a really popular men and women’s game but most dangerous as well. This game is the highest death claimer worldwide. The players are deeply involved in the game till their last breath. They stop at nothing short of victory, in their pursuit. Those who escape death end up with bruises, torn knees, broken hips and bone fractures. The game generates extreme stresses resulting in strokes and even heart attack.



    http://www.worldbowls.com/Portals/9/...ns_May2014.pdf

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    Because the Irish Sports Council have been inundated with applications for medical exemptions from various minority sports they have decided to only target those players who are involved in national championships and internationals. They have included lawn bowls as one of the sports where this new rule applies.
    There will be no more drug testing at BLI or LBLI championships
    Only players who have qualified for the national championships need to be concerned about possible testing if they are on medications that are on the list of banned substances.
    For full details of what is involved can be ascertained from the Irish Sports Council Anti Doping Rules. These can be accessed by clicking on the following link/
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