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ask you yes or no question
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oh we squeeze no i focus more yes or no
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no no no yes excellent okay so a lot let's hear what you have to say
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you know the says this question is uh what you tried once a uh everyday at when it comes to uh
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to motor racing and where do you put the line between uh like getting the sports a safe enough
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uh and i think we we we try to answer that question was first with a vision of all president on thought
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uh he believes we believes that you can actually do moderating without having any fatalities at the end of the go
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uh and therefore if you if you deal for that as you of each and you need to do number off thing or not
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here you'll pass on on what you should be doing to get to a fully always with
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the fatalities now we we feel okay about that because uh there is nothing we do
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is that is here to ah have less accidents we like everybody we envoy as a fun
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having the accident and the actions and so it's it's okay to have an accident
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as long as no one answered is that which is that's that's exactly right that's exactly right we uh we we do leave it
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these aspect of the spot because it's part of the spots but what we want to see happening at when the accident
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as happened on the dice to walk away and to go home uh we don't want the the bad consequences of that
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so that's how we try to balance as these two season then perhaps another way for was
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certainly to it to look at it is that when something really bad happened um
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do we think at that moment does a society does you guys do you guys think at that moment that it's okay to
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continue like that all we as a society will ask for
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safety step at that moment and leaves that the also
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is it a better to do it before hand and then after all so again yes or no do you think
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you have a balance right or always squeezing of another sport i think we have a balance okay great um
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alright uh the heart lab um two is there a
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like a a warning before anyone goes in
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ah well if it is not meant to be a it's the
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human injury research regenerate technologies laboratory purdue in an uh
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we started off looking at almost you scale for injuries ankles knees shoulders that kind of thing
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actual last ten years we've been doing um brain injury research
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and what we found um i think is is
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we aren't even close to to protecting uh especially use
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well enough and uh um but it doesn't
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it doesn't have to take any of the excitement out of the game there's
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so many things you can do if you understand and you process better
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to protected without going into it to big rule changes or or things that would affect
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the sport dramatically and uh and i think a lot of releasing american football um
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people focus on the brutality of it and and even coaches coach to the brutality of it but really
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what the game is supposed to be user three or four second chess match on every play
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it's i think part of it is if proper understanding of what's the word is meant
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to be arm and it's not meant to be brutal it's meant to be uh
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engaging exciting you know quick decision making that kind of thing that that i think is is
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we often mistake for for work okay we'll come back to those issues later but
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again the yes or no question do you think we have it right in sport in general not yeah we're not yeah
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right okay great i'm much too same question are we squeezing the life and of another sport do you think
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i i really don't don't think so no that's it for the moment that and for for show we are here to to discuss about the
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how to manage the the the best thing uh with uh all those topics
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i think there is too many um different level and evil of of
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of the the the level of uh of that thing it says the ages
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the uh if we go that they want to to if they want to compete adjusts to also for fun
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i think there is a if we have to to understand all these levels maybe we can manage more the risk and to
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to focus on the right population we know that any player players who uh we take risks
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ah but maybe some actually don't want takes too much weeks
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so i don't know if in our rules in now in all the
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type of sports we have all this this different um level of
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of management right yes or no do you think we have a bounce right at the moment gentle and sport
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for the moment i say i would say no you say no right okay a great uh same questioning macho
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well as you know i'm the black sheep here so um well i'm working that title being and the uh and
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the goal of entitled thing is to protect rubber than to accept
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the risk that the actors can take my taking building substance
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this is also protecting the spirit of sport or the integrity of sport and it's um
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all the moment i think we don't do enough in that direction right okay great so your answer would be
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no them that the question okay so let's try and break this uh this down a little bit um
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whose should be making the decision as to what is acceptable in terms of
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risk in sport let's just talk about the elite level to start with
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we should be taking the decision as to what is acceptable should be the administrators
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should be the the players should be parents families and friends the entourage
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should it be the media uh should it be the fans
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um it should be people come becomes like this um who do you think should be taking the
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decision as to where the where to draw who i'm in terms of risk and protection
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um so since we want to be informal anyone want to jump in rather than going down the line
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yeah if it's okay um i was i was gonna say i think you should be the healthcare professional
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um the down side of that is that the the way most of these teams are organised the healthcare
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professionals answer to the coach or to the to the general manager and i think that's a problem
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and i think they're that structure needs to go outside of the of the coaching uh assignment
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and uh and the health care professions also need more data more
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a better understanding of what injuries really are and having progress
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and then i think you've got a good a good group they can manage the the level of of potential injury
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right i think you're in the anyway solutions gonna be foreign does it add that that might act as the
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p. apply as the governing bodies on the medical community and sandwiches tighter than i and i think
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essentially boils down to question of free choice and i think you know to make
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that choice that but it's applied to the schools players need to have the
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medical evidence on which the the the risky sex these night and they also need to know
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that the governing bodies doing what i can to and then use whatever rules are
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necessary to actually began completely plight eyesight is it can be that altering its fundamental character
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and then unless you got those reactors in a room might knows decisions and
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it's it's actually sets in the the bar on its and i i don't think we're going to get from that
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for a proper solution to it so you saying that it's a matter who's involved
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at the end of the day it's the player who's gonna make the
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decision as to whether they take part now and there has to be right
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i think that has buttons apply yeah and makes a choice and
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sports you hope existing free sites but people are free to choose to take part on else and
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unexpected fully knows individuals but the basics exciting and and said yes you know that
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it's at the ritz yeah i think that's the position from other sport
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yeah i think i think it's uh it's also relate to us um if if you look at the big
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picture i think the committee to society statues where we are going we we used to have a a
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in model sport a lot of fatalities every weekend so it years ago it was perfectly okay
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have also good ending body we're doing a lot less about safety compared to now
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but if we had now anyway across the number of fatalities we had that these days
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uh the spots was stopping two years three years and therefore i think the society um
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send some very powerful signals these days and as a given governing body we try to interpret
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exams to anticipate them and and to make sure that we are a a step ahead
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but you also have the situation we might have a very vocal small minority group
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who want to see certain changes uh they make a lot of no
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is um does that have too much influence on the governing
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bodies decision you think i i think um it is down to the strains of the governing body in these conditions you
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know we we are in the in you know well the way uh anybody can say whatever way you want some get massive
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exposure and i think it's down to a again your own understanding of what the society's be to accept for the sport
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and you are understanding of what the vision uh what these and you have all the spot which
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is back to the first one i don't know if you have that you can be
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a a strong enough when when the wrong voices ah ah becoming a bit too loud loud
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however i will i will certainly uh agree with leon that eating out the the most powerful voice on for the right
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reasons i'll get it also bothers for us yeah but looking at it from the from the medical side um
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an athlete wants to perform an athlete wants to win and they won't necessarily
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pay attention to what is best for them as a result of that
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from looking at it from the medical point of view how do you think that
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you can mm intervene or take part in the debate to make sure that
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well they not only understand the risks better prepared to act on them properly for their um health and safety
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either straight way or else down the line once they've retired mm it's funny
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the main words indication indication of athletes indication of everybody uh on that
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uh south is the beginning the sports you have to know the the risk you
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have to know uh onto in how to lose a and uh uh
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i think maybe we as coaches coach electoral maybe there is no not
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over the the there's a good a message i don't know
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but i think as as a a medical providers other
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are real well on that's also in this application
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maybe not on him on considerations because if that's it yeah isn't
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good has you won't go to the to the medical doctor
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but maybe in in you as a a social made yeah
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i knew a new maybe i don't know uh to
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to to focus on on prevention for as a prevention is a it is a a nine point out of that
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and i'll i'll for me uh it it's a collaborative project
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to okay uh as medical and scientific uh i
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uh i'm messed up to to evaluate into the no uh uh to to know better as
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a result but it's a quality projects and it is even if a minute disciplinary project
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into work also with attitudes with them to see what oh i located think this basic
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okay uh and yeah you all where are you are really aware of that right
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or maybe on the anti dumping fronts um there are two issues one
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is the one that you raised earlier which is about cheating
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uh it's cheating you wanna have a level playing field it's unfair of someone take something that gives an advantage
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but the other side is also the health issues that you don't know what's
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going to happen to your body if you take inject substances yes um
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how do you get that message across to the athletes one again all they wanna do is when and we've seen
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time and time again they're prepared to take the rest even though they know that they're potentially downsides later on
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well you know how does this is very difficult
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um we need to incorporate also with the physicians than those sports physicians all the team physicians
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we discuss a lot with the team physician with the cultures we have uh with the athletes
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um of course they are pushed by this sports community
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to perform well into it say to win medals
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at almost any price um the messages for us
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for anti dumping is very difficult to transmit
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on the health issues because i think really this is the
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role of the medical doctors in the other physicians so
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what my experience it's really the question of respectable rules
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long cheating integrity of support and services receive a message which okay
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um let's say hello to diminish the race by saying well
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at the end it will be better for your health but first you have just to follow the rule
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there is no competition without too and uh i'm sure that you know if
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you you have the possibility to to take a pill which will
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give you a a gold medal you will take at even if you are
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speaking about the health and what will happen when twenty years from now
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if you are speaking about the rules and uh and that you
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are cheating i think every every athlete cannot this and that
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okay i follow up on that instrument ah the uh i i think one of the important
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things for the physicians used to used to not be reactionary so i think i think
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what often happens is if you get a knee injury and then you start trying to to
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intervene after that you you can open the door to to all kinds of of
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um how do you say well the potential for drug use a
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a performs as resources are more likely at that point
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um but you also get into the situation where um you're really having people as opposed to preparing them so
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one of the things that that jumped out at us when we started looking at me injuries is
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there's all these different techniques for re having knee injuries and uh you tear your
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e. c. on when you go through this program to to balance your your
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uh like muscles and and you always see why are we doing that before while we
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wait until the knee injury happens go ahead and and and would really like
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to see and and and this is based on our research and all the things
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we've learned so far is that we'd like to get to these clinicians involved
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way before the injury happens and then i think you end up
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with a higher performing athlete and and people are saying
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oh prevention is better than shows what absolutely but yet if you really have to get to the point where there's
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you know that that medical staff probably has to be three or four times larger
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than it is right and and that's the investment that i think is crucial
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so i'm coming back to risk verses entertainment what's called um
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other way is um where we can reduce risk without reducing the
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entertainment value uh other technological solutions perhaps the can help
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without a doubt yeah i mean in the head injury side of things um
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i mean we see how graphic changes in brain function even without symptoms
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um and we see that when symptoms resolve your brain is
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still quite different than than it was before the injury
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um but having said that the helmets are out there right now are
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not are not nearly as effective as they could be um very very
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small easy innovations will will dramatically reduce the managers and soccer
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uh you let a little air out of a bone you decrease the the peak forces on the head by twenty five percent
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so we we shown which you can actually make the sports relatively safe you know
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it doesn't it doesn't have to be like that for for ankle injuries
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start making me he on the basketball shoes so tall just widen
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widen the base a little bit you'll have your ankle injuries
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it's very simple stuff to come down right okay so one tip
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there if you play football or soccer for american friends
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uh don't over inflate the ball uh and uh you can reduce concussion and um
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again looking at things you can do to make sport safer without taking away the entertainment value
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for mother's what you said thirty years ago lots of deaths and injuries now
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cut way down what did you do what with the steps that were taken to make it safer while still keeping it entertaining
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i'm getting the fan base there so so i think i at first i don't think there is anything we do hopefully
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uh reduce the entertainment level uh for the reasons we we discussed earlier so hopefully
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everything he's only for safety with without coming at the possible the shop
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uh exactly somebody like to see uh people lying on the track but hopefully that's not the case uh so what
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has been done and we will go through that actually at this afternoon it during during the presentations ease
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ease mainly safety research in in or are we as from engineering to medical
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um the um the feeling for those was was huge in them up and
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the technology that has improved dramatically income of clash that's for the cost
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into um off protecting the neck of the draw those and and all these
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things put together i'll of made i'll i'll fatality numbers dropped a dramatically
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uh but it was completely innovation driven and completely researched even so it's a it's a very uh
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it's a very engineering and medical data driven approach that took us um that to that result right
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in rugby um uh one of the issues always was the scroll arm and
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you know where the uh the two teams come together like that
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um which could cause a neck injuries another another problems thank you very much um
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um it's um this one was a been changed over the years to try
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make it's safer when explaining the evolution and also what's been the reaction
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'cause some people thought for instance the hits when they used to come together violently was taken out
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of the game some people thought before happening that it would make the game less exciting
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but what's been the result has in the reverse is true to be honest and
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i think the yet you might have screen completions is much higher because
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essentially be the referee will get sick of resets in the school maybe just can't get kind of resigned
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so and we actually is reason to believe that actually v.
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b. innovations like again cipher balcony mike moritz tiny i
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think what what would say just the guy go easy to line up to tackle comes down at the moment
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you are not prohibitive intact legal people say the line of shoulders if we see the the the area
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the legionnaire exactly will dance whites level that will free the plans on them to get the ball like which ultimately
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what is it that side's what's happening to double not into the pliers and then eat if those changes
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keep c. right now i think we will say i load sack align a low rates of injury and then on a better guy
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not not not uh what's one so you and i don't think
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there's recently next everything yeah changing that they did that
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possibly night should be guy and on the grounds that it'll be less it's tiny water but sexual or um
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then coming back to the antidote being one of the most um
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thrilling races of all time was that hundred meters final
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um the ben johnson final where everyone um uh well most of most
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of them or or or some sort of a enhancement program um
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do you think that it's um
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it's important assassin earlier session um should we say hey take whatever you
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like doesn't matter what you think it's important that we do have
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the anti dumping rules that we have in place for the safety of the of the athletes
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yeah i i remember the time because i'm getting older and older is
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i remember the time and this that was a fantastic final
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i was you know my here all was the colour with at the time so i was
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a bit sad that the the final was fantastic and uh you can wander the yeah
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well would you be able to see l. same kind of final without building and uh
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of course for me the answer is yes it means this question is coming always
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inciting for example nobody will look to watch too too but
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all the false uh without a verse first am uh
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uh we're not building a and this is wrong you know is is wrong because when you look at the television
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you don't know exactly at what speed they are hiking the mountains or these kind
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of things uh the same question fall they a hundred meters it means
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what is exciting the public is not only that the world record is being beat it
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is to see a nice little a nice fights between the eight people the line
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my point of view um it's very important to continue the fight against opening
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if it'll ben johnson was it was almost like a body builder so he
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was taking a huge tools of of um another it's there it's um
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you know that it was there an american sprinter one also uh for the woman at that time she died
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some years after the at and it's clear that if
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you open again to everyone any kind of building
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you will have many and many of these athletes will just thought is is here
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still today it's difficult to to have this message
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because because we know today that we have
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a minimum of control of what is taken and uh today it would be
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impossible to take as high dosages ben johnson was taking its toll today
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is not so detrimental to be held but if you open the gate everyone
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would come to higher and higher those that the competition will be
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on the number of pills and what's really on the string to yet
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on the on the medical side what you think um i don't
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know if you think in percentages uh up what would be
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do you think unacceptable levels say in football with your chances is two percent of having an a. c. l.
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uh injury over a ten year career or four percent chance if there's some way of changing rules
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to bring the percentage down what would you say would be an acceptable level of the chance
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of an injury or is that impossible to compute i i think
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it's very difficult to put 'em of course or really
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and to to say uh which one is really acceptable the less is the the is a better with uh
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again i think there is there is there in the a different level of of
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management in different level of of type of um of message to to put
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how to prevent own injuries i think its input seemed impossible to prevent everything for sure uh uh
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accepted those is uh is the word uh with different uh
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uh i defend gay kind of uh an hour everybody
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uh i was uh own course of acceptability
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so i i i don't think a one person asked to to choose that we we
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uh again with everybody have to uh to put on the table and say okay well well
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oh to to decrease the risk uh at the minimum and don't talk
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about it uh and number but at the minimum for everybody right
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and i and i don't think the two percent four percent maybe use is
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quite a fair comparison because when produce started as women's soccer team um
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every single player on the team had an a. c. l. reconstruction so they're all in high
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school they are all torn mary c. l.'s and uh and so our our perspective is
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you know we need to get that down to divide your like a one in ten kind of thing uh yourself
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when we get to the to four percent then yes absolutely we could have that debate i think work
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right now especially in women's sports we're at at it and on acceptably high well
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or it so do you think why they're more entries in women's sports women's
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that's a question that people been actually for a long time and
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uh uh unfortunately we're not very close to to answering
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that but uh um but when we started doing head injury research you know we looked at the football players
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we saw a couple players go to a two hundred g. had impacts just unbelievable
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um and i kinda chauvinist if we thought when we got into women's soccer that it would be nearly as bad um but
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then we watch your some goal kicks go across have feel may
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have them back and we read hundred hundred twenty g.'s
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the distribution of head impacts was almost identical between
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a collegiate women's soccer and football american football answer i just uh uh
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we we we don't really even understand the injury process well enough to to make that state okay
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right um so before we throw it open to questions um like to get a little bit controversial
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uh and speaking as individuals and not representatives of your uh of various organisations
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so far we've talked about sports where there's a risk of getting injured but not
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about sports where the object of the sport is to hurt the other person
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um so do you think that sports where the object is to hurt the other person searches boxing
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or mixed martial arts whatever might be is not acceptable should that be about do you think
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i mean we done away with gladiators him we've done away with public hangings and things like
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that so the the moral uh temperatures changed a lot over the last couple hundred years
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um do you think there's still room for sports with the aim is to hurt the other person
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i think they have to pay and that lets people who wants
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to an inbuilt genie sports of that nature and because
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baseball's when i speak only going to be done is that the native that harm reduction and having
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i legal and regulated by says fulton is by far the best ally to go back to
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the need that's excellent or yeah i i guess if you had here um
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somebody from the governing body of of these federations that will that will probably
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a look at it as i'm doing what they can't you um
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estimate the basic and and and get the based on the on the small that that improve the spoils you off to go
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um and and i guess society will accept that today uh and and probably for quite a few years or
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it's very good question i i think you could get boxing to down
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to an acceptable level of risk with with some some changes
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um but i don't think you should you should encourage things like m.
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m. a. as as a sport when it when it's uh uh
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it is more right we considered violent i think right that's my project but you
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i think it is there is people who want to to to
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see but boxing and went to the to play the boxing
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and all that kind of support will uh we we can't uh uh stop that we just
00:29:17
have to to find a good way to to do it as a less risky level
00:29:23
uh we we want saying that we want and the and maybe there will be new
00:29:27
sports in india near and with whiskey sports and we we so that uh yeah
00:29:33
uh with extreme sport like there i think question and and
00:29:38
the way we have to accept into control that's an again everybody have to
00:29:43
to discuss about the the risk and but only the expert mm macho well yeah
00:29:50
channel only repeat uh what was already said it's a question of risk management and uh i can
00:29:57
understand that some people like to do is tennis or a room that's here of course
00:30:05
building could be trained then there's the danger is it means
00:30:09
uh you change the rules with building in these days
00:30:13
if you open the door a complicated to build things substances
00:30:18
the to to either but it's there it's i think
00:30:22
it will be a very bad reason that are these dates right interesting so no
00:30:27
abolitionists here um right does anyone have any questions they'd like to ask
00:30:34
got the uh topic you'd hear ready to go and wants to uh
00:30:40
and
00:30:43
oh there we go
00:30:46
thank you she that um thanks for about idle it's it's a fascinating topic i wanted to ask the question actually
00:30:53
um because if we look at the recent history l. and i think the same as that could be separately
00:31:01
the big it is one of the great attractions stole an l. c. d. is a big it's what makes sense now
00:31:09
the direction of travel to sort of a climate change if you like in sports is
00:31:14
that that is perceived to be dangerous detrimental health so do you have to accept
00:31:20
the one of the major uh appeals to a time of rock a we'll have
00:31:26
to get one that is the big ultimately dangerous but right to watch it
00:31:32
i sat lady yep i think he yeah we're which surgery he
00:31:37
is ease ease in policy it has to be lois and
00:31:42
it's a style but i think to maintain the heights of the jacket occurred highlights i
00:31:47
need to be brought down to something more light the abdomen slash whites level
00:31:52
uh and and you'll still say these fantastic tackles that said and
00:31:56
also layout side is any school that ease is night but
00:32:01
made if i if it will be spent nights i said the highlights of the tackle
00:32:06
has to be brought down as a matter of little not just the matter of an abstraction and because at
00:32:12
the moment so check 'cause ah section there is a daily but the reason actually i yeah and
00:32:17
i actually approached lowering the height of the tackle by actually my key and illegal
00:32:23
in in in would be little side and i think there is at a future for the big tackle
00:32:29
but uh and i really if if if the high to be really hard to be
00:32:33
ruled right and i think oh so i got to say i think um
00:32:37
the the end of relatives could learn a lot from right b. um and how quickly they're making changes in adapting
00:32:43
i'm also for motor sports which are kind of the the the paragraph
00:32:47
on for how you how you adapt and and make things safer
00:32:51
um but i also i actually when the media quite a
00:32:54
bit because the the commentators focus on these big hits
00:33:00
and really like i said before the the what that game is supposed to be user three or four second chess match
00:33:06
and i need the the media commentators to to elevate the discussion a
00:33:11
little bit and and bring that into it and hide my
00:33:14
the quick decision making to you um you know what's going through the player's mind when they're deciding whether they're gonna give up the
00:33:21
board keep going those are the kind of things that i need i need the media actually behind um because i uh
00:33:29
i think they they have a a tremendous power to transform at
00:33:34
right thanks very much thanks a question oh unfortunately our time's up um it's
00:33:39
been a fascinating discussion so i'd like to thank all of our panelists
00:33:43
for taking part uh uh
00:33:48
i guess my parting message would be in terms of risk and safety in
00:33:55
and all that and support it's up to you it's really up to i think what they've all said frankly it's up to society
00:34:00
to decide where is the right level and you should take part not to pay in any sport that you're involved with
00:34:07
um so we can make sure that people can have a good time be
00:34:11
entertained but also be as safe as possible so thanks very much

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Conference program

Welcome Words by David Eades
David Eades
15 May 2018 · 9:06 a.m.
Welcome Words by Philippe Leuba
Phillipe Leuba, Chef du Département de l'Economie et du Sport
15 May 2018 · 9:08 a.m.
Welcome Words by Grégoire Junod
Grégoire Junod
15 May 2018 · 9:13 a.m.
Welcome Words by Benoit Mariani
Benoit Mariani
15 May 2018 · 9:15 a.m.
Hacking the Future
Andy Walshe
15 May 2018 · 9:25 a.m.
Talkback Session: Smart Venues, Moderated by David Eades
Daniel Marion, John Rhodes, Claire Lewis
15 May 2018 · 10:18 a.m.
Talkback Session: Wearables and Data, Moderated by David Eades
Terho Lahtinen, Jean-Christophe Longchampt, Christophe Ramstein, Patrick Schoettker
15 May 2018 · 11:04 a.m.
Talkback Session: Fans and Data, Moderated by Rebecca Hopkins
Horesh Ben Shitrit, Pete Burns, David Lampitt, Clemens Schnellert
15 May 2018 · 11:46 a.m.
Interviews, Moderated by David Eades
Stéphane Guerry, Joey Tan, Olivier Glauser, Albert Mundet
15 May 2018 · 1:45 p.m.
Talkback Session: Machine Learning and AI, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Nicolas Chapart, Nicolas Déal, Johan Vounckx, Mehrsan Javan
15 May 2018 · 2:37 p.m.
Speech
Jochen Färber
15 May 2018 · 3:14 p.m.
Talkback Session: NextGen Video & Engagement, Moderated by Nicolas Henchoz
Christoph Heimes, Spencer Nolan, Pedro Presa, Alexandra Willis
15 May 2018 · 3:30 p.m.
Interview on Security
Earl Crane
15 May 2018 · 4:08 p.m.
Talkback Session: Cyber security and Digital Security, Moderated by Sébastien Kulling
Dang Duy, Thomas Shorrock, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Simon Trudelle
15 May 2018 · 4:19 p.m.
Introduction of Day 2
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 9:35 a.m.
Social Business and Sport
Muhammad Yunus
16 May 2018 · 9:38 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designer Bodies - Yes or No? Moderated by David Eades
Roland Sigrist, Vincent Gremeaux, Carlos Canto Alvarez, Véronique Lugrin
16 May 2018 · 10:27 a.m.
Talkback Session: Designing for the Future, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Ali Russell, Emilio Risques, Véronique Michaud, Thilo Alex Brunner
16 May 2018 · 11:08 a.m.
Talkback Session: Protection through Innovation, Moderated by Mike Miller
Liam Mc Tiernan, Laurent Mekies, Eric Nauman, Martial Saugy, Mathieu Saubade
16 May 2018 · 12:04 p.m.
From Racing to the Road
Laurent Mekies
16 May 2018 · 1:32 p.m.
Talkback Session: Understanding the eSports Ecosystem, Moderated by Jay Stuart
Brent Barry, Anna Baumann, Julien Delalande, Michael Journot, Carlos "ocelote" Rodriguez Santiago
16 May 2018 · 2:05 p.m.
Talkback Session: What's next in eSports? Moderated by Lars Stegelmann
Brett Abarbanel, Stefan Kuerten, Jan Pommer, Federico Winer
16 May 2018 · 3:05 p.m.
Closing Words
David Eades
16 May 2018 · 4:06 p.m.