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On the Line

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Fit to Drop
Why did superfit elite athletes like Seb Coe , Steve Cram and John Ridgeon suffer debilitating infections at crucial moments in their careers? Why have six fit, young orienteers died suddenly in Sweden in the last two-and-a-half years? The investigative sports programme reports on new research in Britain and Sweden that documents for the first time how over-training weakens the body's immune system, leading to infection and even death.
Editor VyvSimson
Executive producer Tony Moss

Contributors

Unknown: Seb Coe
Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: John Ridgeon
Producer: Tony Moss

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