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Sport-related concussion (SRC) has emerged as an important public health concern. Similarly, the issue of bullying in sport (BiS) has gained more awareness as a psychosocial stressor that can impact performance and participation levels. The aim of this review article is to identify how bullying may impact an athlete’s recovery after sustaining SRC. We postulate that BiS after SRC can impact disclosure rates, influence the return to play (RTP) process, or precipitate early retirement from sport. Acknowledgment and understanding of this potential risk factor are critical as we continue to address the identification and management of concussion.

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