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Correction: 402 Lateral-heel release-settings for special ski-bindings

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Howell R. 402 Lateral-heel release-settings for special ski-bindings. Br J Sports Med 2021;55:A153. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2021-IOC.367

The headings in the previous correction notice were incorrect. The correct table should be:

Intervention, Main Outcome Measurements, Results: The indexed-relationship between the independent variable, torsional-tibia release-torque (italic)—and the main interventional outcome, lateral-heel release-force (bold):


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