Most Common Rugby Injuries

Rugby is a very popular sport not just in the United States but also around the world as it is full of intensity along with its fast-paced nature. However, as the game becomes more physically demanding, it requires players to become fitter, stronger, quicker, and more powerful. Unfortunately, as these elements improve, the risk of suffering from injury also increases.

According to an RFU report, there are about 17 injuries per 1000 hours of playing, nearly three times higher than the injury rates of American football. These injuries are more likely to happen during matches than in training. The players most at risk of sustaining injuries are hookers and flankers due to their excessive involvement in physical collisions and tackles. Take a look at some of the most common rugby injuries.

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