Rugby's dementia crisis – podcast

Rugby's dementia crisis – podcast

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In 2003 Steve Thompson helped England win the World Cup, playing a part in one of the most memorable endings to a match. Now aged 43, he finds he has no memory of the match at all – and has been diagnosed with early onset dementia. Andy Bull describes how a group of former stars are launching a legal case against the sport’s governing bodies. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

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