Clavicle fractures are an unfortunately common result of even minor bicycle crashes. For decades conservative management of these injuries was all that was needed but in the past fifteen years a move to surgical management has been slowly gaining popularity. What does the science say? If you have this injury should you go for a sling or go under the knife? Cameron Dye had a successful career as a professional triathlete winning 12 major titles and a bronze medal in the ITU world Championship in the relay. He speaks to me about life after sport and opines on the health of triathlon. And, the Triathlete Routard stays local to provide insight on the Boulder 70.3 race.The TriDoc Podcast: Ep. 20: Clavicles/Dye/Boulder 70.3

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