Have Technological Advances in Sports Such as Tennis, Golf, and Track and Field Supplanted the Athletic Achievements of the Participants in Those Sports - Research Article from Science in Dispute

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Viewpoint: Yes, advanced technology in sports has significantly narrowed the gap between world record holders and the way the athletic achievement is perceived.

Viewpoint: No, technological advances in sports such as tennis, golf, and track and field have not supplanted the athletic achievements of the participants in those sports.

In the twentieth century, the entire face of sports changed drastically with the advent of new technologies. Today advertisements for new types of running shoes, golf clubs, tennis rackets, and hundreds of other sports accessories bombard us. The level of scientific research into something as simple as a golf ball can be mind-boggling. With new...

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