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10.3.1 - If a skater sustains an injury serious enough that the referees call off the jam, the skater must sit out the next three jams.
10.3.1.1 - If more than one jam is called off for the same skater, the skater must sit out of the remainder of the period.
10.3.2 - If a skater is bleeding, the skater may not participate in a bout until the bleeding has stopped.
10.3.3 - If a skater leaves the jam during play for equipment issues, the skater may re-enter the jam once the issue has been resolved. If the skater leaves the jam for injury or any other reason, the skater may not re-enter the jam.
10.3.3.1 - A skater who leaves the track due to equipment issues must re-enter the pack from the back and is subject to penalties per Section 6.13 - Illegal Procedures.
10.3.4 - Skaters who are injured prior to the bout may play if they have received clearance from their doctor.
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