The Olympics section gives you an insight into the Olympic sports and the Olympic spirit.
Why Do So Many Women’s Sports Still Incorporate Skirts?
Why Aren't There More Asian-Americans in Pro Team Sports?
5 Reasons to Join a Sports Club
10 Funny Intramural Team Names
10 Tips for Semi-pro Football Tryouts
5 Tips for Finding the Right Tennis Club
A Parent's Guide to Coaching Pop Warner Football
10 Surprising Pop Warner Players
5 Tips for Coaching Pop Warner Cheerleading
Everyone Is Going Bananas for the Savannah Bananas
Aaron Judge Breaks American League Home Run Record
Robot Umps Will be Calling Pitches at Future MLB Games
Late-night Tweeting Can Hurt NBA Players' Performance, Study Shows
Do men really schedule their vasectomies during March Madness?
Is there a science to bracketology?
Puffy Guardian Caps Could Reduce NFL Player Concussions
What Are the Costs of Canceling College Football?
Male Cheerleaders to Perform in Super Bowl for First Time Ever
What Is the Hosel on a Golf Club?
Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?
What Are the Odds of a Hole-In-One?
How the Ultimate Fighting Championship Works
What Does a Boxing Promoter Do?
How Boxing Works
The Stanley Cup Trophy Has a Long and Quirky History
Who Is the World's Strongest Man?
12 Striking Facts About Bowling
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In timed Olympic events, the difference between gold and silver can come down to a fraction of a second. You won't find that kind of accuracy in your typical wristwatch. Find out about the systems (and backup systems) that keep Olympic timing honest.
By Lacy Perry & Kate Kershner
The Olympics aren't too far off so get ready! This article chronicles the history of the Olympic torch reveals how it is designed to stay lit through all weather conditions and follows its path from Olympia Greece to the Olympic Games.
When every fraction of a second counts, a false start can completely change the outcome of a race. How are officials quick enough detect a false start?
The pole vault originated in Europe where men used the pole to cross canals filled with water. In this article we will learn a little bit about the history of pole vaulting and then explore the physics of the sport.
By Karim Nice
If you have been watching competitive fencing at the Olympics or in a college match, you know that fencing is an unusual sport, and it uses some very interesting equipment for scoring! Learn the ins and outs of different types of swordsmanship!
It seems as if hardly a day passes without a sports star being busted for using performance-enhancing drugs. Even with the sophisticated random and mandatory drug testing in most sports, a lot of athletes still think taking them is worth the risk. Why is that and how do these drugs really work?