Indiana Mulls Forgoing Physicals for Fall HS Sports

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The Indiana High School Athletic Association is poised to ease rules around required physicals for student-athletes who intend to play fall sports.

The IHSAA and other state associations are looking for a temporary rule change that would allow students who completed a sports physical last year to forgo the mandatory examination this year.

The Sports Medicine Advisory Committee of the National Federation of State High School Associations recommended the change, and it was endorsed by the IHSAA staff and its medical committee, Robert Faulkens, IHSAA associate commissioner, told the South Bend Tribune.

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