Professional football has seen its share of litigation over brain injuries among players, but a growing number of head-injury suits are surfacing in other sports.

For instance, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee is a defendant in a suit claiming that a New Jersey man, Pavle Jovanovic, committed suicide in 2020 as a consequence of a brain injury he developed while training to be an Olympic bobsledder.

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