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  • Tuariki
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    It wasn't a dream - nightmare maybe.

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  • gh
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    you obviously haven't been reading all the posts here of late!

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  • Avante
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    There was some jumper out of..hmmm?...Washington/WSU? who did a somersault into the pit. Or did I dream that?

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  • Marlow
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    An instantaneous read-back of horizontal velocity, vertical velocity and angle of attack off the board? Yeah, I want that. Ignore hi-tech resources at your own peril. This is bio-mechanical feed-back at its best. It can't make a silk purse out a sow's ear, but it can turn an inconsistent X jumper into a consistent X+1 jumper (under the proper guidance). A certain m-monikered erstwhile poster here pooh-poohed training technology. Me? Not so much.

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  • Giant Panda
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    By comparison, records in other events have crumbled like sand castles. The men's high-jump record has been broken 18 times since 1968
    Er.... not the best example he might have chosen.

    It helped that Beamon was jumping in the thin air of Mexico City with a slight wind at his back
    Yes that might have been a slight help.

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  • Albert Caruana
    started a topic Cracking the Long-Jump Code

    Cracking the Long-Jump Code

    Found in today's Wall Street Journal (of all places):
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...230248970.html

    Albert Caruana
    http://www.crosscountryexpress.com
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