Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, 33, from Rutland in England, was killed when his Hawk T1 aircraft came down after performing at an air show near Bournemouth airport in Dorset on August 20, 2011. An inquest at Bournemouth Coroner's Court heard the likely cause of the crash was that he suffered ALOC (almost loss of consciousness).
Pilot crash death ruled accidental
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- Fergus McFadden on his biggest ovation coming onto a pitch
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Eoin Reddan: 'Next week is chance for players to pay our respects'
Maybe the most telling, the most apposite thing was seeing his game back on its accustomed track. Because the very last event Brian O'Driscoll would want the close of his career to become is some kind of delusional pageant running longer than a novel Marcel Proust might have found the stamina to write. He has the emotional intelligence to understand the difference between respect and sentiment.
Fergus McFadden on his biggest ovation coming onto a pitch
Ireland back Fergus McFadden talks about his biggest ovation after coming on to replace Brian O'Driscoll.
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Scientists at Georgetown University in Washington DC have shown that testing levels of 10 fats in the blood could predict - with 90% accuracy - the risk of Alzheimer's disease coming on in the next three years.