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  • Swimming Olympics shattered records

    Back when Michael Phelps won all of his medals, it wasnt just him shattering records. Every one who wore performance-enhancing swimsuits, made of a special fabric that compressed the swimmers muscles and cut down their friction in the water, either came close or did break some kind of record.

  • Yes, it can.

    Whether through a new piece of equipment to use in the event or new ways to cheat (such as oxygenating blood transfusions - which ARE a form of 'steroid', just untraceable), technology can lend a hand. You no longer need to watch old VHS tapes of someone's practice to analyze their potential, there are programs to map and chart that for you so that you can adjust your game to match or exceed.

  • Yes, it can.

    Whether through a new piece of equipment to use in the event or new ways to cheat (such as oxygenating blood transfusions - which ARE a form of 'steroid', just untraceable), technology can lend a hand. You no longer need to watch old VHS tapes of someone's practice to analyze their potential, there are programs to map and chart that for you so that you can adjust your game to match or exceed.

  • Yes, technology is making athletes champions.

    Yes, technology is make athletes champions. An example of this would be with swimmers. New suits are developed year after year that makes a swimmers body more streamlined, helping them cut through the water more quickly than ever before.

    Another way you can see technology making athletes champions are the computer programs that can track the way a baseball pitcher throws the ball and how to change their pitches to make them faster or more accurate.

  • Yes, technology has the capacity to produce a champion.

    Technology has evolved to the point that it can stimulate muscles in specific ways that exercise alone might not be able to do. It has also evolved to the point that it can look at a specific element of an athlete's performance, such as a golf swing, and evaluate it in a way that the human eye may not be able to do, which can provide an athlete that winning edge.

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