The science of elite sport | ABC Radio RN Drive

Season-ending injury!

It’s a phrase that can send sports fans into despair and derail the career of a star athlete.

But no matter how fit someone is, no matter how well they train, injury is always a risk.

So how do the elite clubs keep their players fit and on the field?

The following radio interview features Dr. Markus Deutsch, CEO and Co-Founder of Fusion Sport and Dr. Sam Robertson, Head of Research & Innovation, Victoria University & Western Bulldogs.

Originally aired on ABC Radio September 12, 2018.

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