Limited Contact Sport

A sport in which the rules are designed to prevent intentional or unintentional contact between players which, if it occurs, carries strong penalties, including removing players from the field; thus contact is generally rare
Examples Association football (soccer), volleyball, baseball, basketball, netball, squash, ultimate
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From 2010 to 2016, contact sports were associated with a higher number of TBI-related ED visits by males (99,784) than were limited contact sports (29,080), noncontact sports (44,848), and recreational activities (20,628) (Table 2).
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