Olympic Track and Field Thrilled Us Yet Again

Robert S. Hays

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> The 32nd Olympiad may possibly have concluded, but track and discipline followers have motive to rejoice: considering the fact that the Tokyo Video games were being postponed since of the pandemic, we now only have a mere a few several years to hold out till the next time our […]

Will There Be Fans at the Hayward Field Olympic Trials?

Robert S. Hays

When compared to other pandemic-influenced dystopias, the increase of the avatar sporting activities supporter wasn’t terrible, so considerably as mildly depressing. The NBA’s Disneyland bubble (and the latest All-Star recreation) had “virtual bleachers” where viewers could glimpse their spectral selves on monitor. Then there was the peculiar analog equal in […]

Decoding the DNA of 5 Olympic Athletes

Robert S. Hays

Back in 2008, The New York Situations ran an report about the start of a genetic testing service that promised to tell you if your kid was destined for athletic stardom. “[I]f you wait right until substantial faculty or school to find out if you have a superior athlete on […]

The Inherent Dilemma of Olympic Protest Rules

Robert S. Hays

Late very last 7 days, Sarah Hirshland, the CEO of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee, posted an open up letter on her Twitter account. “We have built the final decision,” Hirshland wrote, “that Group United states of america athletes will not be sanctioned for peacefully and respectfully demonstrating in […]

8 Unusual Olympic LIfting Cues That Get Results

Robert S. Hays

Olympic lifting is 1 of the most high-level, ability-based mostly, athletic pursuits 1 can conduct. No other fashion of lifting requires the exact same level of coordination, focus, and detail than a heavy thoroughly clean and jerk or snatch.   Olympic lifts have to have coaching cues to produce suitable […]

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