Physics Behind Long Jump Olympics World Record Set By Bob Beamon

Bob Beamon

Bob Beamon An amazing world record of long jump was set in 1968 by Bob Beamon. He made a crazy awesome leap of 8.9 meters. This world record is considered more amazing as it was set in Mexico City which is 8000 feet above sea level. The air is thinner in Mexico City and thus has less air resistance. Mexico City is further from the center of the earth More...

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Yuvraj Singh Hates ‘Red’ After Treatment

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100 X 100 = Ton – tona – ‘Ton’dulkar

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