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Check out this site from the Exploratorium for the science of several popular sports.  You'll find out about the physics of baseball, skateboarding, surfing, cycling, and hockey.  The site also contains links to Sport Science Q&A and sites on science fitness.
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Keywords: baseball, cycle, hockey, skateboard, sports, surf
Record Creator: Metadata instance created October 8, 2006 by Ann Deml
Record Updated: Feb 13, 2013 by Lyle Barbato
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Sports Science, (Exploratorium, San Francisco), <>.
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Sports Science. (n.d.). Retrieved May 26, 2016, from Exploratorium:
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Exploratorium. Sports Science. San Francisco: Exploratorium. (accessed 26 May 2016).
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Sports Science. San Francisco: Exploratorium. 26 May 2016 <>.
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