free from injury

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But the most important thing from the international break is that everybody comes back free from injury.
He just needs to get a run of training and games now, keep free from injury and get the bit of pace that he always had back into him.
If he keeps himself fit and free from injury, he can run from the edge of the box to support the front players.
But at 29, if he can keep himself free from injury, England's greatest modernday goalscorer may yet have a significant part to play in United's history.
IN the second part of a series for Gazette People, sports therapist Trevor Langford provides expert knowledge on staying free from injury in both sport and the work-place.
Two players Northwich will be hoping to retain are Australian Stacey Hosking, whose return to form and fitness was the key to the Blacks' revival in March and April and another overseas star in half-back Jamie Miritana, who was an inspiration when free from injury.
He is free from injury, although lacking match-sharpness, and is available for selection.
RESPLENDENT GLORY remains on course for the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot after he was found to be free from injury following his below-par run at Sandown on Tuesday, writes Paul Eacott.
Training functionally should enable you to perform the activities in your daily life free from injury and ill health, such as carrying heavy shopping bags and doing manual labour at work.
Somehow, Ervin Santana, Kelvim Escobar and Francisco Rodriguez kept their bodies free from injury and disease and pitched eight innings of effective relief to help the Angels eliminate the Yankees with a 5-3 win.
Hydration and acclimatization to environmental stress are critical to helping keep the active body free from injury.
Hopefully we can both stay free from injury and form a strong partnership that will benefit Everton in every game until the end of the season.