Horse, Human Welfare Focus of Day Two of FEI Sports Forum

Panelists presented scientific data on eventing risk management, endurance risk factors, and bone fatigue.
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Equine and human athlete welfare was at the top of the agenda on Day Two of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Sports Forum 2017.

Panelists presented scientific data on eventing risk management, endurance risk factors, and bone fatigue to more than 330 delegates gathered at the International Institute for Management Development, in Lausanne, Switzerland, on April 11.

The FEI has invested in substantial scientific research to evaluate risk factors and risk management and the sixth edition of the Sports Forum provided the platform for evidence-based data to be presented to the equestrian community.

Sydney 2000 Olympic champion David O’Connor (USA), chair of the FEI Eventing Risk Management Steering Group, shared moderation of the afternoon session on eventing risk management with Giuseppe Della Chiesa (ITA), chair of the FEI Eventing Committee

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