Competitors might have higher gamble of blackout on fake grass

Competitors playing on manufactured grass surfaces might be at higher gamble for blackout than those playing on regular grass.

Among secondary school competitors in the US, around 20% of blackouts result from the individual hitting their head on the playing surface.

Counterfeit turf is turning out to be progressively well known the nation over: it is assessed that there are presently in excess of 16,000 manufactured grass fields in the US, and upwards of 1500 new ones being constructed every year.

A few examinations have shown that lower leg and knee wounds are more normal on harder engineered battlegrounds contrasted with grass, both among proficient competitors and novice players. However Ian Chun at the College of Hawaii says there isn’t “a lot of data on various paces of blackouts because of field hardness”...

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