PALM DESERT, August 21, 2017 – There’s an old adage that it’s not how you start, but how you finish.
Don’t try telling that to Jamaica’s Usain Bolt after his loss in the 100 meters at the recent IAAF World Championships. A special university biomechanical project broke down the race in astonishing detail, even down to split times every 10 meters!
Who was the fastest of all during the race? Who kept their speed up and who slowed down? We have the data in our Lane One commentary, plus:
= p. 6/Gymnastics: Ragan Smith and Yul Moldauer crowned national champions!
= p. 8/Wrestling: Previews of the Greco-Roman World Champs starting in Paris today;
= p. 13/Athletics: How about a world-leading 7-10 1/2 for Mutaz Essa Barshim!
= p. 18/Cycling: Megan Guarnier of U.S. falls just short in Ladies Tour of Norway.
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