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Which sport has the most injuries per year hockey or football?
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For kids' sports, it is. Polo, F1 racing, golf, NASCAR racing, sailing are the most expensive overall.
well, i would say gymnastics is more dangerous b/c it is more likely you would mess up in gymnastics then in hockey. in gymnastics you cold mess one of your tricks up very eas…ily and hurt yourself. in hockey the only time you get hurt is when your checked or something and usally you don't get hurt alot from checking.
An estimated 50000 skateboard injuries are treated in hospital emergency rooms each year according to www.personal-injury-info.net/skateboard-injuries.htm
That would obviously be Football (:
There are a number of reasons. Hockey was "invented" and first organized in Canada in the 1890's.Over the years hockey has become more than a sport in Canada; it has bec…ome a huge part of the very fabric of our culture.There are few Canadians, male and female, who haven't played the game at some level, even if it has only been to take a stick and puck and skate on a frozen pond. Our national teams are idolyzed and we almost have national government inquiries when they don't do well. ( I'm Not Joking!). In the eighth game of the 1972 Summit Series between the Soviet Union and Canada, our nation practically came to a standstill (schools, industry, government) as everyone wanted to see the outcome of the final game.
Football Cheerleading Basketball Motorbike riding
rib injuries and broken bones
defiantly hockey and that is coming from a girl that plays it and it is tougher because you have to be able to skate and you have to be focased
It would depend entirely on the sport itself. Not only that, but positional responsibilities within a sport may be a key factor. Rugby players for example would be far more su…sceptible to a shoulder joint injury than a footballer due to the full contact tackling element of the game. However within the sport itself, the group of players known as the backs might well be more at risk of injuries to the likes of knee joints. This is due to the fact that they are often called upon to challenge for high kicks by leaping as high as possible from a standing start and then landing again with the knee joint being the main weight bearing joint when they land. Just look at techniques and requirements in each sport and you get a pretty good idea of what joints are most heavily involved and have to withstand the highest impact levels and wear and tear
More than 3.5 million
In Ice Hockey
Canada, Russia and the US. One also can't overlook the contributions to the game from Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic.
The top ten are: 1. Muscle Pull 2. Neck Pain 3. Shoulder Impingement 4. Lower Back Strain 5. Tennis Elbow 6. Runner's Knee 7. Shin Splints 8. Ankle Sprain 9.… Achilles Tendinitis 10. Arch Pain
Basketball- More than half a million kids went to the ER in just one year with injuries sustained playing hoops. Damage to the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, is a common… injury and any sport involving twisting, jumping, pivoting, squatting, or making sudden stops puts kids at risk.