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An introduction to Tumbling Competition

An introduction to Tumbling Competition

Tumbling, or ‘Power Tumbling’, is the only Trampoline Gymnastics discipline that doesn’t actually involve a trampoline. Instead, athletes perform a series of tumbling skills in a straight line along a 25m sprung floor. There are different competition rules are for different athlete streams. Short-Track Tumbling is competed by Levels and National Stream Athletes and involves …

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Mobile signal booster for large Office

Mobile signal booster for large Office

So we are here today to demonstrate a repeater system we have put into an office block in Paris. The office block is 4 storeys. and we have installed 2 repeaters in the office block, and we have installed 8 line amplifiers coming off those 2 repeaters There are 2 line amplifiers per floor. and …

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Wireless technology for athlete tracking

Wireless technology for athlete tracking

[Music plays] (Shaun Holthouse) Catapult and the CSIRO have got together to create an athlete tracking system called ClearSky. (Dr Hedley) There are current systems for tracking players based on GPS. Unfortunately in indoor environments or in covered venues like this one here GPS doesn’t work because the satellite signals don’t get through the structures …

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Power Brake Boosters and Master Cylinders

Power Brake Boosters and Master Cylinders

Tuff Stuff offers a wide variety of power brake boosters, master cylinders and combinations. The power brake boosters range from 7″ to 11″ in diameter and are available with either a single or dual diaphragm, depending upon the part number. Both dedicated-fit and universal boosters are available. Finishes include chrome plated, black chrome plated, gold …

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Why Are So Many Pro Athletes Lefties?

Why Are So Many Pro Athletes Lefties?

♪ INTRO ♪ Most humans are righties: people like me who use their right hands to write or… do football. But even though only 10% of people are left handed, 50% of professional fencers are lefties. In fact, there are lots of southpaws competing in top levels of sports, like boxing, tennis, and baseball, too. …

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Sochi Olympics 2014: We Are All Athletes

Sochi Olympics 2014: We Are All Athletes

[TEXT: #SOCHI2014 #TEAMUSA] We may not look the same or dress the same, we may live in different places and lead different lives, but we are all athletes. [TEXT: WE ARE ALL ATHLETES] We are all persistent, relentless and stubborn. We love speed. We aim for perfection. We work through pain. We don’t let people …

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