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Unforgettable

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 28 Apr 2022
My story of rugby, dementia and the fight of my life. In 2003, England won the rugby world cup. Steve Thompson was there, in England's front row, at the heart of the match, and at the heart of the scrum - one of sports most destructive, repetitive impacts. But the triumphs came at a cost. When rugby union turned professional, Steve was plunged into a game where raw power meant everything. Today, he remembers nothing about playing in that final. Steve has been diagnosed with early onset dementia, and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy. He is in his early forties. There are days when he doesn't remember the names of his wife and four kids.
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ISBN-13: 9781788705912
ISBN-10: 1788705912
Pagini: 304
Dimensiuni: 232 x 165 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.42 kg
Editura: BONNIER BOOKS LTD

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Steve Thompson MBE is a former Rugby Union player and 2003 Rugby World Cup winner. Once England's most capped hooker, Thompson has also played for the British & Irish Lions as well as playing almost 200 matches for the Northampton Saints. The legacy of Steve's life in rugby should be a host of treasured memories. Instead, it is one of trying to recall the names of his wife and four young children. Being lost in a street he has walked down a hundred times. Steve has been diagnosed with early-onset dementia, the result of endless collisions, concussions, and injuries. He is now campaigning to improve the game and safeguard those who play it.