Should sports governing bodies be financially liable for the care of their sportspeople if they are injured while playing?

Former rugby players diagnosed with brain injuries could get millions of pounds from the sport’s governing bodies to pay for their care.

More than 200 ex-players have accused rugby governing bodies of failing to protect them against brain injuries.
Legal experts said the claims against the organisations could exceed £300m.

World Rugby, the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said they constantly strive to safeguard players.
The class action suit is being taken against all three governing bodies. Read more – Rugby: Brain injury claims against governing bodies may top £300m – BBC News