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A Marvin and Milo activity about friction. All you need is an old CD, blu tack, a sports capfrom a drinks bottle and a balloon.
How aerodynamics influence the flight of a boomerang, the shape of a racecar and more.
A good introduction to the mechanics of tennis, with lots of content about the aerodynamics and forces at play.
The first of several pages looking at why balls bounce or fail to bounce. Part of the Sport Science section of the San Francisco Exploratorium.
Any curler knows that a curling rock, rotating counter-clockwise (when viewed from above and behind) curls to the left. Simple text page explaining this winter sport.
The Science of Hockey is the first in a series of "Sports Science" resources developed by the Exploratorium. This site takes you inside the game: you'll hear from NHL players and coaches from the San ...
A BBC page on the latest technology in tennis, covering balls, racquets, speed guns and hawkeye ball tracking.
A website developed by the Exploratorium to uncover the science of this dynamic sport. Learn the underlying physics of ollies, nollies and kickflips and the manufacturing process involved in making ...
The physics of the sport of curling looking at all the factors which contribute to the curl.
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