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The Coriolis effect has a small but measurable effect on the path of balls and athletes during sporting events.
The numbers suggest that teams tend to both punt and kick field goals too often.
Three University of Maryland students harness brains and brawn in a popular obstacle course show.
The recent marathon world record highlights a useful way for parents to exercise.
Waves might explain the strange trends spotted in swimming times.
It's estimated that up to a third of the athletes that we'll watch at the Olympics, will be dopers. So how do you dope and get away with it?
Scientists argue non-toxic alternatives such as steel would keep many tons of lead out of the environment each year.