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Free Technology for Teachers: The Science of Bicycling and How to Wear a Helmet

Free Technology for Teachers: The Science of Bicycling and How to Wear a Helmet | Sports Science | Scoop.it
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Insight: Pushing For Success - Leisel's pressure - YouTube

Olympic swimming champion Leisel Jones talks about her "psychotic" drive to win. Catch the full episode on Tuesday, 25 March at 8:30pm on SBS ONE or live str...
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Science of the Winter Olympic Games: Olympic movement and robotic design

Science of the Winter Olympic Games: Olympic movement and robotic design | Sports Science | Scoop.it
Describing how control systems engineering is laying the groundwork for the design of more "athletic" robots
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Comparing Vastly Different Body Types of Olympic Athletes

Comparing Vastly Different Body Types of Olympic Athletes | Sports Science | Scoop.it
New York-based photographer Howard Schatz captures the diverse range of body types of Olympic athletes. Referring to a body as an athletic build is often thou…
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'Making us play in 42C was inhumane'

'Making us play in 42C was inhumane' | Sports Science | Scoop.it
Australian Open organisers are criticised for forcing players to compete in intense heat as temperatures hit 42C.
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Is skiing the world's most dangerous sport?

Is skiing the world's most dangerous sport? | Sports Science | Scoop.it
Injuries data reveals which sports carry the greatest risksMona Chalabi

   


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Do you need to eat a lot of protein to build muscle? - Health & Wellbeing

Do you need to eat a lot of protein to build muscle? - Health & Wellbeing | Sports Science | Scoop.it
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Comparing Vastly Different Body Types of Olympic Athletes

Comparing Vastly Different Body Types of Olympic Athletes | Sports Science | Scoop.it
New York-based photographer Howard Schatz captures the diverse range of body types of Olympic athletes. Referring to a body as an athletic build is often thou…
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Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?

Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger? | Sports Science | Scoop.it
When you look at sporting achievements over the last decades, it seems like humans have gotten faster, better and stronger in nearly every way. Yet as David Epstein points out in this delightfully counter-intuitive talk, we might want to lay off the self-congratulation. Many factors are at play in shattering athletic records, and the development of our natural talents is just one of them.
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How Google Glass And Smart Clothing Are Bridging The Gap Between Fans And Professional Athletes

How Google Glass And Smart Clothing Are Bridging The Gap Between Fans And Professional Athletes | Sports Science | Scoop.it
Wearable tech is permeating the professional sports world and bridging the gap between fans and professional athletes. Google Glass and smart clothing, like the Alert Shirt, are changing how we experience live sporting events.
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Wests Tigers players have gone to extraordinary lengths to be fit enough for Friday’s clash

Wests Tigers players have gone to extraordinary lengths to be fit enough for Friday’s clash | Sports Science | Scoop.it
EXHAUSTED and dehydrated, Wests Tigers players have gone to extraordinary lengths this week just to run out for tonight’s clash against South Sydney after only four full days of recovery.
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Aussie teenager makes EPL debut

Aussie teenager makes EPL debut | Sports Science | Scoop.it
Australian-born defender Brad Smith has made his Premier League debut for Liverpool.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Your Tour - Google's Official Tour de France Virtual Tour

Free Technology for Teachers: Your Tour - Google's Official Tour de France Virtual Tour | Sports Science | Scoop.it
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Science of NFL Football

Science of NFL Football | Sports Science | Scoop.it
NBC Learn, in partnership with the National Science Foundation and National Football League, unravels the science behind professional football.
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The replaceable human body

The replaceable human body | Sports Science | Scoop.it
The human body is breakable, frail, and fallible – and in our current age of robotic and bionic technology, it’s increasingly becoming replaceable.
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The only magazine for decision makers and professionals in the leisure industry in Australia and New Zealand.
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American Football Players Aren’t the Only Ones With Head Injury Issues

American Football Players Aren’t the Only Ones With Head Injury Issues | Sports Science | Scoop.it

Soccer players who head the ball could be injuring their brains, as well


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