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World Cup winner Ben Kay insists rugby might not be here in 50 years

Ben Kay crossed the border into Edinburgh, where he was faced with a simple choice: left or right.

His decision, in theory, would help determine whether life was heading one way. Or down another, darker path.

‘The image would come up,’ the 2003 World Cup winner begins. ‘You had to click your left button if it was a picture of something inside. And your right button if it was something outside. That was fairly easy.’ But there were other tests. Some while doctors imaged his brain. Some they hadn’t warned him about.

Ben Kay is one of 50 former elite rugby players, aged 40 to 59, taking part in PREVENT:RFC, a landmark study into whether they are at a greater risk of early signs of dementia

‘There were hundreds of pictures and you had to click the left button if you’ve…


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