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Boxing news: Patrick Day dies aged just 27 after suffering traumatic brain injury Saturday’s defeat to Charles Conwell

Boxing news: Patrick Day dies aged just 27 after suffering traumatic brain injury Saturday’s defeat to Charles Conwell

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Patrick Day has died at the age of just 27 after suffering a traumatic brain injury in his knockout defeat to Charles Conwell on Saturday night.Day was beaten in the final round of their ten-round super-welterweight battle at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago and never regained consciousness from the KO. Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing USA Patrick Day has died at 27 He underwent emergency surgery and was in a coma until passing away today. A statement from his promoter Lou DiBella said: “Patrick Day passed away today, October 16, 2019, succumbing to the traumatic brain injury he suffered in his fight this past Saturday, October 12, at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, IL. “He was surrounded by his family, close friends and members of his boxing team, including his
Detroit Lions LB Jarrad Davis to undergo MRI after suffering ankle injury

Detroit Lions LB Jarrad Davis to undergo MRI after suffering ankle injury

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Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Detroit Lions linebacker Jarrad Davis exited Friday's preseason game against the Buffalo Bills with an ankle injury. League sources told ESPN and NFL Media that Davis will undergo an MRI on Saturday to confirm the severity of the injury. Davis sustained the injury in the first quarter of Friday night's contest against the Bills. He had his right leg rolled up on by teammate Devon Kennard on the Bills' first offensive possession. Davis fell to the ground and grabbed at his right leg after a run by Bills running back LeSean McCoy. He attempted to walk to the sideline under his own power but couldn't apply any pressure on the leg. Lions trainers carried the linebacker off the field and later carted him to the locker room. The Lions selected Davis in the first round of the ...
Chris Froome is ‘not in great shape’ after suffering serious injuries in crash

Chris Froome is ‘not in great shape’ after suffering serious injuries in crash

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Britain's Chris Froome is in intensive care and "not in great shape" after suffering serious multiple fractures in a high-speed crash, his team principal Dave Brailsford told BBC Sport.Froome took his hand off his handlebars to blow his nose and was travelling at 54km/h when a gust of wind caught his front wheel, causing him to hit a wall.He was airlifted to St Etienne University Hospital for surgery. "Time is of the essence in these situations," said the Team Ineos boss.The four-time Tour de France champion, 34, has suffered a fractured right femur, a broken hip, a fractured elbow and fractured ribs and lost consciousness following the crash.Speaking to Radio 5 Live's BeSpoke podcast, Brails...
Sean Cox: Liverpool supporter to leave hospital for first time since suffering serious injury to attend legends match on Friday

Sean Cox: Liverpool supporter to leave hospital for first time since suffering serious injury to attend legends match on Friday

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fundraiser A Roma supporter was jailed earlier this year for his attack on Mr Cox that left the Dunboyne man with catastrophic head injuries Sean Cox, the Liverpool supporter who suffered catastrophic head injuries in an attack by Roma fans last April, will leave hospital for the first time to attend a charity match organised to raise funds for his treatment. Mr Cox was assaulted before Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final match at Anfield 12 months ago. Mr Cox has been under care since the assault last April The Dunboyne man suffered a bleed on his brain after impact injuries to his head, and he required emergency surgery. Mr Cox spent months receiving specialist neurological care at Dublin’s Beaumont Hospital, before being transferred to
Wales squad: Gareth Bale called up by Ryan Giggs despite suffering injury while playing for Real Madrid

Wales squad: Gareth Bale called up by Ryan Giggs despite suffering injury while playing for Real Madrid

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confirmed Bale is expected to be fit for Wales' first Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia on March 24 Ryan Giggs has included Gareth Bale in Wales’ squad for their opening Euro 2020 qualifier despite him currently being sidelined through injury. Bale, the Real Madrid forward, turned his ankle in the closing moments of the club’s Champions League defeat to Ajax and sat out their 4-1 LaLiga defeat of Valladolid on Sunday. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 CARFAN CYMRU Here's Ryan Giggs' squad to face 🇹🇹 & 🇸🇰#TheRedWall pic.twitter.com/xbCYOg9zT2 — Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@Cymru) March 12, 2019 Rotherham midfielder Will Vaulks i...