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Understanding the risks as sport moves out of its comfort zone and into the city

As sports bodies look to move events from stadia and arenas to urban locations, they need to understand the fresh portfolio of risks they face, writes David Griffiths of Miller Insurance.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 17: Great Britain and Australia Gold compete in the Womens Basketball 3x3 during day two of the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival at Darling Harbour on January 17, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

As sports bodies look to move events from stadia and arenas to urban locations, they need to understand the fresh portfolio of risks they face, writes David Griffiths of Miller Insurance.

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