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Magazine articles on sports in general, the olympics, and recreation.
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July 27, 2012
Jonathan Hotchkiss
Athlete Support Sport is often (especially individual sports, such as triathlon) a selfish, one-man show with all the glory and reward going to one winning individual for one moment of brilliance. But behind the scenes is a team of people who have had to support them in order to help them achieve that one moment. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
Sports Central
July 27, 2012
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: Stature of Limitations Bradley Wiggins became the first Brit to capture the Tour De France and will now set his sights on winning Olympic gold. With a potential gold medal ahead, as well as a number of urine tests, you could say Wiggins' future is "bright yellow." mark for My Articles
Sports Central
July 19, 2012
Kevin Beane
The Other Nations of the Olympics Since the Olympics see fit to include as many nations as possible, they give out wild card entries to nations that do not have any athletes who qualified through competition. This makes the Olympic Opening Ceremonies a truly global event. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
July 11, 2012
Robert-Jan Broer
Omega and the Olympics This will be the 25th time that Omega takes care of the official timekeeping at the Olympics. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Sports Central
July 5, 2012
Kevin Beane
Grading WAC Helmets and Logos Now is the time to give the WAC the Slant Pattern treatment with regards to their helmets and logos, both present and historical (or at least the historical offerings of the present-day members). mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 2, 2012
Michael Stow
Protecting the spirit of competition With the London 2012 Olympics now upon us, the issue of doping in sport is once more in the media spotlight. As new therapies emerge from the pharmaceutical industry, we must be vigilant for new doping threats and new and improved detection methods are continually investigated and developed. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
July 2012
Ariel Bleicher
The On-Demand Olympics Engineers gear up for history's largest broadcasting operation mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Sports Central
June 29, 2012
Jeffrey Boswell
Foul Territory: Time For Cornea Jokes The Pittsburgh Penguins and Sydney Crosby are finalizing a deal that will be worth $104.4 million. Crosby, who missed much of the season due to the effects of a concussion, said, with no hint of irony, that the amount of the contract was "mind-boggling." mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2012
Chemistry and the Olympics Emma Davies looks into the vital role chemistry will play during the Olympic and Paralympic games mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
June 25, 2012
Jeremy Berger
Tyler Clary Interview American swimmer Tyler Clary talks about how he trains, manages mental and physical stress, and what it's like to be a career athlete and an Olympic hopeful. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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