New research suggests that despite being tired, athletes can still sprint at top speed near the end of a long match.
Chris Gorski, Editor
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Changes in attitudes toward sleep in elite athletes are enhancing their performance.
If the NCAA tournament selection committee focused on the most recent games, it might make seeding more accurate, researchers found.
Researchers took a detailed look at 17 years of training records for Norway's Marit Bjørgen.
Professional baseball pitchers who return after "Tommy John" surgery have similar career lengths and retirement reasons as other pitchers.
The goals of a major push for football helmet safety should bring improvements, but the overall results remain unpredictable.
Beginning early Monday morning, Inside Science will cover the discoveries behind three of the most anticipated science prizes of the year.
Renowned swimmer discusses the strategies and expert guidance that helped him win 28 Olympic medals.
The Coriolis effect has a small but measurable effect on the path of balls and athletes during sporting events.
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