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LOTG Response to FIFAB and RFU announcements

Love of the Game’s mission is to protect our players and protect our sports. Concussions will continue in many sports and Love of the Game will always raise awareness of existing solutions and opportunities for the management of concussion injuries while constantly promoting the development, trial and roll out of innovative solutions to minimize consequences of concussion injuries while reducing safe …

Love of the Game Founder takes part in Parliamentary Roundtable

Love of the Game Founder & Chair Laurence Geller was recently invited to take part in an important Parliamentary roundtable on concussion in sports. Hosted by Chris Bryant MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injuries, the session brought together leading industry stakeholders and parliamentarians to coordinate research, policy, and guidelines. Laurence, …

Radio 4’s Today Programme speaks to LOTG Founders

Simon Shaw and Sally Pettipher on LOTG’s tech trials “We want our children to be able to play” Simon Shaw MBE, President, Love of the Game On May 2nd 2022, on the back of the BBC News report on the Love of the Game WAVi scanner trials, President Simon Shaw and Co-Founder Sally Pettipher were …

BBC News highlights LOTG tech trials

WAVi kit filmed pre-trial “Pitch-side brain scans aim to make sports safer” BBC News Headline 02 May 2022 On May 2nd 2022, Love of the Game demonstrated how the WAVi brain scanner might be a valuable diagnostic aid for concussion severity. LOTG is funding UK Trials which will be run at three rugby clubs, one …

Love of the Game Holds First Ever UK Hackathon

Solutions to sport’s head injury crisis emerge from UK’s first virtual sporting ‘Hackathon’ Last weekend, Love of the Game (LOTG), the campaign which seeks to reduce concussion-related issues in sport, hosted the UK’s first sporting hackathon, to find actionable solutions to one of the greatest problems facing our modern games – early-onset dementia caused by …