Ανάρτηση απο τον Εκτελεστικό Πρόεδρο του ΠΑΣΠ, Σπύρο Νεοφυτίδη, ο οποίος απαντά σε δηλώσεις του Σάββα Κωνσταντίνου.

Η ανάρτηση του:

Ο τεχνικός διευθυντής της ΚΟΠ σε συνέντευξη που έδωσε σήμερα επικαλέστηκε ότι το 2011 στο NFL οπου υπήρξε διακοπή λόγο αποχής των αθλητών,υπήρξαν 12 σοβαροι τραυματισμοι.Αυτό είναι παραπλανητικό γιατί οι επισημες αναφορές και έρευνες δείχνουν ότι ΔΕΝ ηταν λόγο της αποχής οι τραυματισμοι και σε σύγκριση με τις κανονικές περιόδους προετοιμασίας ήταν στα ίδια επίπεδα.

Ποιό κάτω είναι οι επίσημες αναφορές με όλα τα στοιχεία απο τα πανεπιστήμια Emory and Harvard.

Ευχαριστώ τον φίλο Σοφόκλη για την πολύ αξιολογη έρευνα.

Please find below some of the studies I mentioned. What happened in 2011 was that some high-profile players were injured early in the season and so fans were under the impression that more players were getting injured. When actual studies were conducted there was no data to support that injuries had substantially increased due to the shortened preseason.

1) Study conducted by Emory University’s school of medicine (ranked in top 20 in the US)

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1805.01271.pdf
https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.01271

”We sought to assess whether the 2011 CBA’s practice restrictions affected the number of overall, conditioning-dependent, and/or non-conditioning-dependent injuries in the NFL or the number of games missed due to those injuries….
We did not observe an increase in injuries following the 2011 CBA. ”

2) Study conducted by the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective
https://harvardsportsanalysis.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/nothing-has-changed-about-nfl-injuries/

” We can study if the lockout caused more injuries this season.
When compared to the last two NFL seasons, the answer is a resounding no: the lockout has not caused a significant rise or fall in injuries or injury severity. This season’s injuries are extremely similar to what has happened the past two seasons, which means that lockout has not had any effect – either positive or negative.
3) https://eu.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2013/12/26/acl-mcl-knee-injuries/4208221/

The number of ACL injuries in 2011 season (shortened pre-season) was LOWER than 2010 and 2012.

MCL injuries in 2011 were 106, in 2009 they were 103.