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The science behind a selection of sports from surfing to cycling - the physics behind their operation and the equipment they use.
From sports Science to history of the sport. Science is only a small part of this site from the Exploratotrium.
Experiments on the physics of many popular sports, including cycling and automobile aerodynamics, frisbees and sailing.
Excited about the Olympics? This site tells you the latest news about the science in sport, from the perfect pole-vault to the latest gadgets.
Imagine that you are travelling 65 miles an hour but only three inches above solid ice - lying feet first on a tiny sled. This is the sport of luge! Work through the physics of this sport.
A BBC mini site examining the role science and technology play in sport, from treating athletes' injuries and building Olympic stadiums to drug testing.
A great Shockwave game that is fun to play but also illustrates the science behind a wide range of sports.
This site highlights the science in sport particularly Formula 1, shoe design and various types of balls.
How fast can a table tennis ball fly? Which sportsmen sweat the most?The physics & physiology behind olympic sports.
Physicsworld article on the role of physics in Olympic sports. You need to register (free) to read it.
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