From left: David DiGeronimo, Jeff Gentile and Joe DiGeronimo, of DMA Sports Labs USA, an independent field testing company, prepare devices to demonstrate how they test fields at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. A new report compiled by the Concussion Legacy Foundation has called attention to the link between head injuries and poorly maintained fields, which can become hard, especially the growing number of those made of synthetic turf.
From left: David DiGeronimo, Jeff Gentile and Joe DiGeronimo, of DMA Sports Labs USA, an independent field testing company, prepare devices to demonstrate how they test fields at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. A new report compiled by the Concussion Legacy Foundation has called attention to the link between head injuries and poorly maintained fields, which can become hard, especially the growing number of those made of synthetic turf. Christopher Capozziello The New York Times
From left: David DiGeronimo, Jeff Gentile and Joe DiGeronimo, of DMA Sports Labs USA, an independent field testing company, prepare devices to demonstrate how they test fields at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. A new report compiled by the Concussion Legacy Foundation has called attention to the link between head injuries and poorly maintained fields, which can become hard, especially the growing number of those made of synthetic turf. Christopher Capozziello The New York Times

Concussion report highlights field maintenance

January 04, 2016 12:11 AM

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