What has changed in nearly 100 years of sports?
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Further Reading / Resources:
The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance
Book by: David Epstein
Ski Jumping Example:
The importance of being light: aerodynamic forces and weight in ski jumping
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