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Like many runners, Brian Tolsma worries that once he starts feeling thirsty during a hard workout, he's in trouble: His body has started to break down. That's why Tolsma will force down as much water as possible on the day before Sunday's Bank of
A hypoxic chamber that can simulate training at up to 3000 metres above sea level. These are just some of the privileges promised young ''Scotsmen'' who play in The Scots College elite teams. They reflect an increasing professionalisation of
What the tank top equipped with sensors, the treadmill with pads to lean into and the weightlifting armband housing an accelerometer all have in common is a screen that spits out numbers. Most of the inventions and widgets displayed at Own The Podium'
Story That information helped de Jonge perfect a powerful paddle to win bronze in the 200-metre sprint. The multi-measurement system project was developed under Own The Podium's Innovation for Gold program, formerly called Top Secret. De Jonge
in Santa Clara. TI is partnering with the Dr. Frank S...Throughout the week the students will work directly with a team of TI engineers who volunteer their time and ideas for activities that explore innovation, product development and sports science.
Sports scientists with a history of ''inappropriate conduct'' would be frozen out and the injection of supplements banned under stringent new Australian Institute of Sport guidelines released late on Tuesday. Scientists would have to be appropriately
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News 2013-05-14 02:34 PM Query from Taiwan News on April 19: Attention: Sports Affairs Council Has your authority initiated any plan to cultivate more professional sportspeople in
THE Australian Greens have called for a Senate inquiry into regulating the sports science industry in the wake of the sport doping scandal. The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) in February said it uncovered doping in numerous sports, chiefly in the
The comments came in a statement emailed to The Associated Press on Monday night, the day after President Barack Obama acknowledged that if he had a son, he would have to think about letting him play football. Obama's comments about football,
Kaepernick and other top college quarterbacks through a battery of high-tech tests in which everything from acceleration to accuracy to arm strength was measured in the most minute detail. When Brenkus tabulated the results, it wasn't Cam Newton