Olympics Papers

  • Doping: A Problem

    1222 words, 5 pages

    A&P II With the 2014 Olympics currently taking pace, there is an increase in the need to “win”. Some athletes may decide that nothing else matters but to win at all costs. Athletes use various methods to enhance their performances in their sport. Some of these methods of enhancement include special diets and non-stop training. But aside from diets and hard work, success can be obtained through physiological, mechanical and pharmacological doping techniques. When reputations, rewards, and lives are on the line, pharmacists, medical professionals, trainers and sports organizations may choos

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    Forces And Motion

    1525 words, 7 pages

    Shot put is a track and field event involving „throwing“/“putting“(throwing in a pushing motion) a heavy spherical object (the shot) as far as possible.1 The shot put has ancient origins in strong man competitions, in which stones were originally thrown instead of metal balls. We have found that force of gravity, and acceleration play a role to a flying object. Force of gravity affects the object vertically while force of acceleration may differ between how the object is being thrown. In fact, it will always change unlike force of gravity. These forces affect everything we do, from walking

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