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Jimson Lee
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Click here for all the previous Sprint Reviews  Paul Hoffman has read and researched several research papers on sprinting and performance articles, so you don’t have to.  If any of these articles interest you, feel free to research the case studies and…

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October is the 48th anniversary of the 1968 Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City.  You’ve probably seen the highlights on Facebook. Those Games will be best remembered by the Tommie Smith & John Carlos protest, but other track fans will remember sub 10 for…

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The last article on a Fully Automatic Timing app is available for iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads. This app is for Android phones. This guest blog was written by Quincy Neal, developer and founder of the Sprint Stopper app. Downloads are from Google…

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This article is guest blogged by Sten Kaiser, creator of the iPhone sprintTimer and iPhone fitnessMeter. Fully Automatic Timing (FAT) with Photo Finish has long been an established technique to time races at large event like the Olympics since 1948. It…

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1. Andre DeGrasse This video from Neomotion Films based in Atlanta has a lot of great insight from Stu McMillian, Dan Pfaff and Andreas Behm. There is a lot of comparison between Andre DeGrasse and Donovan Bailey, but at the end of the day, the clear…

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The original article was published on Blue Bird News (Feb 2016) with Leonardo Buizza as the interviewer.  This is an updated response to those questions. The last part of the article is most relevant to the performance discussion between Amputee athletes…

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What a great 9 days of competition.  Perhaps the reason why it’s so special because it’s every 4 years? These are, after all, the Olympic Games, where once upon a time, war was paused to allow the athletes to travel to Olympia safely! But that also has a…

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Interesting BBC Radio program on the Usain Bolt vs Wayde Van Neikerk possible showdown at 300m. You can listen to that program here. Let’s look at some facts. The Tale of the Tape The WR for 300 meters is 30.85A by MJ set in 2000 (Yes, I would love to see…

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Click here for all the previous Sprint Reviews  Paul Hoffman has read and researched several research papers on sprinting and performance articles, so you don’t have to.  If any of these articles interest you, feel free to research the case studies and…

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This story was written by Ronald W. Davis.  Credit to Tariq Shakoor for editing this article.  Read more about Ron at Interview with Ron Davis, former Speed City Spartan. The prospect of making history never dawned on me when I journeyed to Africa in the…
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