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February 26, 2010

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I live in Park City, Utah and have the opportunity to become certified
to use the skeleton track here at the Olympic Park. The training is
done by some of the top skeleton coaches in the world.

Seems like a once in a lifetime opportunity but I want to make sure I
fully understand the risks involved. I also paraglide, hang glide,
scuba dive and fly private planes. I'm 42 years old, in good shape
and don't mind taking some risks .... just don't want to put myself
unneccessarily in harms way.

My questions are:

- What are the most common injuries and how do they occur?
- How many significant (broken bone and above) accidents happen each
year? How about on a per 1000 participant basis
- What are some worthwhile websites that speak to the risks involved.
- What other information can you share that speaks to the risks of the
sport and the likely injuries if a mistake is made (ie, most injuries
are minor)

Thanks

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I am interested in developing a list of these attributes and -- if
possible -- learn if such qualities have been benchmarked by any
specialists, such as psychologists or professional groups. Can you
help?

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