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Bond researcher develops intriguing hamstring theory

Originally from Penrith in New South Wales and now based on the Gold Coast, where he completed a Bachelor of Sport Science from Bond University, Wade Chalker has a passion for hamstrings and cricket. He and associate professor Justin Keogh recently completed research showing that while elite cricketers play much more intensely, their hamstring strength is no greater than that of school level players, which is potentially causing the high number of hamstring injuries seen at the game’s top level.

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