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Why Are Olympic Records Always Broken? [Science]
posted February 14 2014 3:57.05 by spic0m




How do athletes continually beat world records? Is there any "outside" help?
Do we ever reach a "plateau" in human performance?



[Link: AsapSCIENCE]
 
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