Sled head is still a WIP for scientists studying the dangerous sports of bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge.
Yeah, science (and soccer)!
A lack of powder is causing problems.
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Back in my day, we used animal hide for ski boots!
‘Black people are hugely underrepresented in UK motorsport – something Lewis Hamilton has witnessed first hand throughout his career.’
Slight variations in water temperature or pool structure could be the difference between a podium finish or 4th place or missing out on a world record.
Is there any stopping pitchers from faster throws?
The Everton and Denmark forward spoke to The Engineer about her engineering studies and how she balances the two disciplines.
The cosmos has a lot more to do with sport than we think.
With AI, 4 Stanford PhD candidates have created a remarkable tennis match system.
Become a basketball champ with some maths, engineering, and a few pieces of plywood. Here’s how Shane Wighton made the basketball hoop that never lets you miss.
What would happen if a man with a basketball stood on a seesaw and an elephant stomped on the other end?
How sturdy is an iPhone when it’s hit by a hockey puck? Jeff Balakar of CNET investigated rugged tech.
The graphic designer created a video for Wilson showing the 24 different processes that go into making a tennis ball. Guess how many balls are used at Wimbledon every year. According to Wimbledon Debenture Holders, it’s over 54,000. That’s one ball for every seat in Nou Mestalla in Valencia with a few left over. But …