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This Month’s Featured Bridge:
Bridge of Seventeen Holes Photograph by Harvey Wu, 2007
In 2008, you’ll find this bridge and the Olympics in Beijing. Test your Olympic knowledge: what’s the importance of the value “+2.0 m.p.s” in track and field?
a. Rate of acceleration in the 1st 7 sec. of M. Johnson’s fastest 200m.
b. Speed of the average Olympic female hurdler’s stride. c. Max. wind-speed allowed for a world record to count.
d. Average velocity of pole-vaulters at the peak of their vault.
If the wind assistance is greater than 2.0 meters per second, competitors’ times will not be eligible as world records. At this year’s U.S. Olympic trials, Tyson Gay ran the fastest 100-meter dash ever recorded (9.68 seconds) but since there was 4.1 tail wind, it did not count as a world record. Perhaps he will have better luck in Beijing!