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Helmets are extremely important in protecting Winter Olympic competitors.
The organization of human cells through training, exercise and "muscle memory" produce the fantastic range of Olympic motion.
Arithmetic and math are part of every Winter Olympic event and every move Olympic athletes make on snow or ice.
Learn how Olympic figure skaters do triple axels and quadruple toe loops.
A downhill ski race is a tour de force--emphasis on force.
The chemistry and materials science used to create aerodynamic competition suits is explained.
Short track speed skating, the fastest self-propelled sport in the Winter Games, illustrates all of Newton's First Three Laws…
An Olympic bobsled run is used to illustrate acceleration, velocity, gravity, and drag.
Ski-jumping is a thrilling sport, hurtling down a ramp at 60 mph. Learn more in this video.
Aerial ski jumps come from three basic twisting techniques that you can try yourself.
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