The Slippery Science of Skeleton – The New York Times

AdvertisementSupported byResearchers are still figuring out how to enable athletes in the face-first Olympic sled race to go even faster.Send any friend a storyAs a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share.By Sabrina ImblerMany Winter Olympic sports have ancient origins, dating to times when humans invented […]

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Suspected shooting plotted at Gorge Amphitheater a false alarm: Police – USA TODAY

Correction: An earlier version of this story had an incorrect date for the music festival.A man carried two pistols in a parking lot outside a crowded music festival near George, Washington.  Concertgoers on Aug. 19 said they saw him inhale an unknown substance from a balloon and then load the weapons from the trunk of his […]

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Sweeney rides wild luge season toward Olympics | News, Sports, Jobs – The Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Dec 31, 2021USA Luge athlete Emily Sweeney navigates the Shady curve at Mount Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid during the women’s singles event at a World Cup race in December 2018. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter) Despite some strange setbacks — from a military impasse to a broken sled — Emily Sweeney of Lake Placid […]

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Ole Brook powerlifting crushes records, wins south state – Daily Leader – Dailyleader

Published 6:03 pm Wednesday, March 2, 2022 By Cliff Furr The trip to Gulfport was long, but the ride back home was a sweet one for the Brookhaven High powerlifting team as the Panthers won the MHSAA 5A South State meet on Friday. BHS powerlifting head coach Russ Britt got first place finishes from Ramireze Edwards […]

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Sport climbing debuted at the Tokyo Olympics. How does it work? – 9News.com KUSA

Next up in 5Example video title will go here for this video TOKYO, Japan — Sport climbing is making it’s Olympic debut at the games in Tokyo. As many people will be watching the sport for the first time, we wanted to help break down how it all works. As the Tokyo Olympics, sport climbing works as […]

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VIDEO: Paragliders Collide & Get Hopelessly Tangled High Above Colombian Countryside – Unofficial Networks

By Francis Xavier February 18, 2022 8:50 am By Francis Xavier | February 18, 2022 8:50 am ET Hectic moments caught on camera high above the Colombian countryside as two paragliders collide midair and become hopeless tangled. You’d think with an entire sky to fly around, collisions like this would be easily avoidable but accidents […]

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10 Things You Didn't Know about Dynos – Climbing Magazine

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Watch: The Dog That Loves Paragliding » Explorersweb – ExplorersWeb

Paraglider and filmmaker Adrien Nisan, 39, lives in his van in the French Alps. Recently, he was having a hard time — lonely, depressed, and with little work because of COVID. Then he adopted a three-year-old Samoyed named Ouka who had been abandoned twice by previous owners.On mountain scrambles, Nisan noticed that Ouka was not […]

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VIDEO: Legends of Sailing, Part 2 >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Published on August 17th, 2022 What does it take to be a sailing legend? Top US sailors give their take on what it means to become a venerated sailing legend, and tell us who they think deserves the ultimate title. Video uploaded August 17, 2022. Tags: Donald Lawson, Legends of Sailing, Paul Cayard, Timmie Larr, […]

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