What is the impact of altitude on athletic or sporting performance?
The next Olympic Games, 2012, are in London, more or less at sea level. Would records be more likely be broken at a higher altitude?
High altitude equals thinner air meaning athletes become more fatigued. So we are more likely to see records broken in London than were broken in Mexico in 1968
by superior456 years ago
Did Rodger lose the NFL MVP or did Brees win it? They both have had outstanding years but with the way the leauge is being called these type of records were going to come and probably be broken again soon.A backup...
by TomB887 years ago
I thought they were definitely below par and that Fabio Capello has got work to do.Read my hubpage for the full article on England's performance.http://hubpages.com/hub/News-and-Sporting-Debate
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