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Wind, rain, temperature, and air pressure can all affect a golfer's ability to make his or her next shot.
Suzann Pettersen, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, uses putting to help demonstrate the physics concepts of work, energy…
Engineering can help wheelchair athletes maximize their performances.
Get a glimpse of the U.S. Women’s National Team and its four decades of history told from the perspective of an insider
Looking for a gift for your soccer-obsessed middle schooler to help them massively improve their game? Check out Soccer iQ by Dan Blank
Scholastic's Summer Read-a-Palooza can motivate children to get lost in books even when school isn't in session
If you have a son or a daughter who loves sports, here are 16 sports-themed books they'll love
Here's the medical technology supporting the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team
Here’s the neuroscience behind peak athletic performance, according to a psychophysiologist
Mindfulness is a main part of this athlete's Olympic preparation
Here's how athletes prepare for heat and humidity when competing
This paratriathlete works to combat brain and spinal cord injuries in order to compete
Here's what track doctors are doing on the front lines
Math and statistics can lead to gold medals, according to one Olympic coach
Biomedical engineering is an important part of this Olympian’s injury prevention
One physiologist explains how monitoring an athlete's growth can prevent injury
Sit down with the family and watch one of these great sports movies. When the film is over, our partner Positive Coaching Alliance has provided discussion questions for you and your kids to get those most out of the file
This film tells a powerful story of courage, struggle, and redemption
Hoop Dreams is a fascinating documentary, filmed over a four year period, following the lives of Chicago high school basketball players
Themes presented in this film include teamwork, hard work, and respect
This film includes themes of overuse injuries in sports, burnout, effective teamwork, second chances, successful parent-athlete relationships, and seeing the bigger picture in sports
This movie emphasizes the importance that it is not about how you fall, but how you get back up.
Goal! The Dream Begins is the story of soccer player Santiago Munez who is given the chance to play for Newcastle United when a scout spots him.
This film uses themes of balancing sport and family, maintaining self-belief, coping with societal pressure, and self-motivation
Her Best Move is the story of soccer player Sara Davis, a high school girl trying to balance teenage life with the chance to join the US National Team.
Some of the themes featured in the film include perseverance, strength of community, teamwork, and leadership
This film includes themes of overcoming tragedy and loss, using sports to heal a community, playing multiple sports, absolute dedication, and effective teamwork
This film includes themes of coaching your own child, being a sports parent, over-competitiveness in youth sports, and the coach-parent relationship
This film includes themes of mental preparation and focus in sports, coping with societal pressure, and overcoming struggle
Science, technology, engineering, and math go into the setup of a golf course.
Improving the pace of play on a golf course is much like trying to control flow rate through a funnel, or traffic on a highway.
Newton's Third Law of Motion is demonstrating with the impact between the golf club and ball.
Professional golfer Mike Miller's drive is analyzed and used to explain the physics concepts of collisions and compressions.
USGA research engineer Jim Hubbell explains how Newton's Laws of Motion are demonstrated in every round of golf.
Agronomy is used to maintain turfgrass and create ideal environments for golf.
USGA engineer Steve Quintavalla explains why a golf ball is designed with tiny dimples, or impressions, on its surface.
LPGA golfer Paula Creamer's swing is analyzed to illustrate potential and kinetic energy.
Torque and moment of inertia are two key physics concepts to hit the ball straight.
Maintaining a golf course requires the use of one of nature's most precious resources: water.
The physics concepts of torque, centripetal force, and double pendulum effect help with powerful drives.
Themes in Rudy include believing in yourself, hard work, and overcoming adversity
With 6-foot-7 Aaron Judge having incredible success in his rookie year, does height really matter in baseball? Here's a look at the biggest and smallest stars in MLB history.
Ski-jumping is a thrilling sport, hurtling down a ramp at 60 mph. Learn more in this video.
Ever wonder why NASCAR race cars don't have any doors? Here's a look at how the cars have changed throughout the years.
The film includes themes of overcoming adversity, maintaining self-belief, the impact of positive coaching, respecting opponents and seeing the bigger picture in sports
Wonder why the terrible towel is a Steeler's tradition? Take a look at how it happened.
The film focuses on the conflict between the overwhelming pressure to win-at-all-costs and the bigger picture lessons presented throughout the athlete's experiences
Being a top goalie in the NHL requires the key averages and statistics of goaltending.
When done thoroughly, homework can be a study tool along the way. When it comes time for the test, you will already be prepared.
Golf club innovations have led to efficiently utilize the mass of the club head and more.
Learn how Olympic figure skaters do triple axels and quadruple toe loops.
New treadmill technology helps rehabilitate runners from injuries.
Suzann Pettersen, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, uses putting to help demonstrate the physics concepts of work, energy, and power.
Olympic athletes, trainers and a sports scientist and chemist explain why cross-country skiers are among the fittest athletes in the world.
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