These are the moments that put all others into perspective. Suddenly the drug habits of a footballer or the muttered words of a tennis player are seen through a different lens - the focus of a moment. Phil Walsh's death is permanent.And where other people who die are often faceless with no obvious connection to the rest of us, this is different.Because sport is about community, and without even choosing it, it is part of our lives. It's not one family or one sports club that has lost someone today. It's all of us.
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