February 17, 2020
  • 5:57 am What’s inside a Kookaburra Cricket Ball?
  • 5:57 am Don’t Do This! 10 Football Boot Mistakes To Avoid. Biggest Soccer Cleats DON’TS!!
  • 5:57 am Ozzy Man Reviews: Cricket Ball Tampering
  • 5:57 am Louis and Harry reacting to them playing football (caution: too much fonding)
  • 5:56 am GVSSR – 04/02/2018 – Lacrosse vs. Indianapolis, McKendree
What’s inside a Kookaburra Cricket Ball?
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Game Theory: How to BREAK Mario! (Mario Tennis Aces)

*heartbeat* + *cheering* *gasp* *blood curdling* Peach: Oh noooo! Hello Internet, Welcome to GAME THEORY! Spending more time analyzing fictional athletics than actually going outside. I know I recently said that Mario is classified as overweight according to the BMI scale. But one thing BMI doesn’t do a good job at factoring in is muscle […]

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Returning a pro tennis serve: just don’t watch the ball

Keep your eye on the ball, is one of the first pieces of sporting advice we are all given. Which seems pretty sensible, when facing an object potentially moving at 100 mph plus. But is it even possible? The average male tennis pro has a serve of around 125mph. Baseball pitchers are throwing on average […]

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Why are Tennis balls Yellow and Fuzzy? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time Why are tennis balls yellow and fuzzy? Because they like to show off. Earlier, tennis balls were white. But later, they were changed to yellow. Because studies showed that yellow balls were easier to see on televisions. Now, tennis balls are fuzzy because the fuzz helps them slow down. When a tennis […]

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Tennis Footwork Drills | Tennis Conditioning

Hello guys and good morning. Today we are going to show you some speed ladder exercises that you can do with your athletes. Alexander is going to perform them and I’m going to give you some information about the drill, how they are called and what they are for and so forth so you have […]

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White House Officials Split On Whether Trump Should Pull Out Of Paris Climate Deal

White House Officials Split On Whether Trump Should Pull Out Of Paris Climate Deal BY KAITLAN COLLINS Senior administration officials are split down the middle over whether the president should keep or break his campaign promise to pull the United States out of the Paris climate deal. Though Donald Trump�s top policy advisers were scheduled […]

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The world’s last trillion dollar industry was created out of computer code. The world’s next trillion dollar industry is going to be created out of a genetic code. Our bodies are made up of about 25,000 genes and the first human genome was mapped about 15 years ago. It was done so over a period […]

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Liquid Nitrogen Show!

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! Usually, every couple years, Jefferson Lab hosts an Open House. This is the one time the public and come and tour our accelerator and end stations. During the 2010 Open House, our cameraman snuck into one of the ongoing cryo […]

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The Science of Marathon Running

[MUSIC] In 490 BC a Greek messenger named Pheidippides ran from the Greek town of Marathon to the capital Athens to deliver a message that the Greek army had just beaten back the Persians, and the distance between those two towns is 26.2 miles, and that’s the origin of the modern sporting event that we […]

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Nayla Abney: STEM and Soccer Standout

Sports give you the opportunity to learn some real life lessons about hard work, dedication, time management. And you really make close friends and different relationships with people that you may not have made before. You come out here and everyone’s on the same playing field. You don’t have to worry about different economic backgrounds […]

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