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Alpine racing and recreational skiing have gained increasing popularity in recent years. With growing commercialization and professionalization, there are new challenges for athletes and the care environment. In addition to the treatment of injuries and illnesses, the prevention of medical problems is becoming increasingly important.

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  • Alpine skiing
  • Ski racing
  • ACL injury
  • Rehabilitation
  • Prevention

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Stoehr, A., Mayr, H. (2022). Alpine Skiing. In: Canata, G.L., Jones, H. (eds) Epidemiology of Injuries in Sports . Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-64532-1_19

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