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Fencing – Summary of Injury Incidence Rates
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Gender
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Type of Exposure
MaleFemaleOverall
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Regional Competition3.7 injuries /
1000 athlete exposures
5.5 injuries /
1000 athlete exposures
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National Competition7.7 injuries /
1000 athlete exposures
5.1 injuries /
1000 athlete exposures
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Junior International Competition51.8 injuries per 1000 athlete exposures
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References
Junge, A., Engebretsen, L., Mountjoy, M. L., Alonso, J. M., Renström, P. A., Aubry, M. J., & Dvorak, J. (2009). Sports injuries during the summer Olympic games 2008. The American journal of sports medicine, 37(11), 2165-2172.

Roi, G. S., & Bianchedi, D. (2008). The science of fencing. Sports Medicine, 38(6), 465-481.

Harmer, P. A. (2008). Incidence and characteristics of time-loss injuries in competitive fencing: a prospective, 5-year study of national competitions. Clinical journal of sport medicine, 18(2), 137-142.

Harmer, P. A. (2008). Getting to the point: injury patterns and medical care in competitive fencing. Current sports medicine reports, 7(5), 303-307.
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