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Buff Dudes get a taste of an Olympic Champion’s Ski Cross workout | Hitting the Wall

Buff Dudes get a taste of an Olympic Champion’s Ski Cross workout | Hitting the Wall

I give up. I quit. (HITTING THE WALL) (BUFF DUDES TRAIN FOR SKI CROSS) Based on the weather in Calgary so far, I’d say if you want to be a gold medallist in ski cross, this is about the perfect time to do it. Yeah. Brady Leman definitely picked the right spot. I can kind …

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Bobsled Jamaica & Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios (audio) | Shore Excursions | Carnival Cruise Line

Bobsled Jamaica & Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios (audio) | Shore Excursions | Carnival Cruise Line

The Carnival logo: A red, white, and blue Y-shaped ship horn.Bobsled Jamaica and Dunn’s River Falls, Ocho Rios, Jamaica.A bobsled car zooms on a metal track through a forest.Parents and kids gaze over the edge of a mountain-top poolat a crystal blue harbor below.Guests on bobsleds coast by on a track beside the pool!A guest …

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Biathlon Stories to Watch at PyeongChang 2018 | Olympic Winter Games

Biathlon Stories to Watch at PyeongChang 2018 | Olympic Winter Games

(PYEONGCHANG 2018 STORIES TO WATCH) (BIATHLON) A mix of cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, biathlon was first contested at the Olympics in 1960. It was and still is a test of contrary mandates – speed the legs and heart through the aerobic demands of skiing and pause to slow the heart rate sufficiently to fire …

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How do you make a Bobsleigh track? | Burning Questions

How do you make a Bobsleigh track? | Burning Questions

It’s the Formula 1 of the Winter Olympics. So what do we know about this daredevil sport? It might surprise you to learn that one of the most adventurous sports on the planet wasn’t originally a sport at all. Before the Jamaican bobsleigh team made it cool, bobsleighs were actually invented to ferry wealthy visitors …

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Luge at PyeongChang 2018 – Team Canada // La luge à PyeongChang 2018

Luge at PyeongChang 2018 – Team Canada // La luge à PyeongChang 2018

What we’re thinking about when we’re going down the track is really exactly what we have to be doing. You have to be really in the moment knowing exactly what you’re doing and even thinking about we’re going to be doing three curves ahead. I think the team that we’ve had has really raised the …

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Olga Zaitseva’s Golden Olympic Memories – Biathlon | Olympic Rewind

Olga Zaitseva’s Golden Olympic Memories – Biathlon | Olympic Rewind

My first Olympics were in 2002 in Salt Lake City. It was cool and great to get there, I was so happy, I was a self confident young girl, who came to the Olympic games and thought that she would beat everybody here, would get zero misses in the individual race. It all was possible, …

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Anatomy of a Biathlete: Can Monika Hojnisz Control Her Heart Rate Better?

Anatomy of a Biathlete: Can Monika Hojnisz Control Her Heart Rate Better?

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes, to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian. Now we’re working, come on! – Testing, analysing. – Dig deep, come on! Getting under the skin of an elite athlete. As we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF A BIATHLETE) The physical demands …

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Vincent Jay – “Like getting the Holy Grail” | Words of Olympians

Vincent Jay – “Like getting the Holy Grail” | Words of Olympians

Lots, lots of memories. Particularly the Olympic flame and then the magic of the village. My country’s national anthem with the flag being raised in front of me. Those were fantastic, unforgettable moments. Oh, the magic of the Games is all the athletes being together. It’s a big family. You wish it would last for …