London – Mouthguards are usually used as protective kits in sports such as rugby and boxing, but in soccer a similar custom-made device is being used to collect data on the frequency and intensity of impacts a player receives to their head.
English soccer expanded its study into the risks of heading the ball on Tuesday with the instrumented PROTECHT mouthguard, developed by Sports & Wellbeing Analytics (SWA), being worn by players in training until the end of the season.
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