Olympic Doctors on Skis | Beijing 2022

Feb 25 , 2022 | Lifestyle

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As competitors face nature in their bid for gold, many winter Olympics sports also present high risks to their participants. The exposure to mountains, steep slopes, and extreme weather are only a few of  the dangers for athletes. In the run-up to the Beijing Olympics, a team of 40 physicians trained for over four years to aid injured Olympians. This story from our Host James Chau.


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