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Press Release 12-126
Science of the Summer Olympics: Engineering in Sports

National Science Foundation, NBC News and NBC Olympics launch video series highlighting top Olympic athletes and the technology that impacts their games

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Main title slate for the video series Science of the Summer Olympics: Engineering in Sports.

The series delves into the unique biomechanics of athletes, and how technology still has much to learn from human achievement.

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Boxer Queen Underwood.

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Weightlifter Sarah Robles.

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Swimmer Missy Franklin.

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