Each year brings a new you. Use this month to gear up for your New Year’s resolutions. Write them down and begin to practice them.
One of the most popular competitions at the Olympics is the 4×100-meter relay. In this event, one team member starts from a standstill (with the aid of starting blocks) and runs 100 meters
while carrying a baton, at which point s/he passes the baton to the next runner. The process is repeated two more times (though not from a standstill). The fourth runner completes the 400-meter lap. With well-executed baton passes, the total elapsed time can be mind-bogglingly quick. What really makes the total time short, however, is the use of the “flying start” that occurs in each “transition zone,” the area within which the baton must be passed. The first runner passes the baton as he catches up to the second runner, who has already begun running. A good baton pass can save the team several seconds off of their total time, and a bad pass can easily cost as many seconds.
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