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Is there a relationship between a person's height and the length of his or her stride?Featured science projectScience project video
This experiment was performed to investigate how a personís height will affect the distance of his or her stride. Comparisons were made between boys and girls and between different age groups.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Does using a swimming cap make a swimmer swim faster?Featured science projectScience project video
This experiment was done to investigate if using a swimming cap can help a swimmer swim faster.
Difficulty: Middle school
Self-esteem and sportsFeatured science projectScience project video
This science project was performed to investigate the effect of sports on the self-esteem of a participant
Difficulty: High school
Mind over matter in sportsFeatured science projectScience project video
This science project was performed to investigate the effect of mind over matter on an athleteís performance. The experiment was done to see how pre-conditioning of the mind of an athlete can affect his performance.
Difficulty: Middle school
Correlation between ring finger length and athletic abilityFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was conducted to find out if there is any correlation between the ring finger length of women and their athletic ability. The testing was done by comparing the ring finger lengths of athletic girls and non-athletic girls.
Difficulty: Middle school
Soccer fields ScienceFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was performed to determine how the turf of a soccer field will affect the bounciness of a soccer ball. The tests were done by bouncing soccer balls on fields of Kentucky bluegrass, Bermuda grass and on artificial turf.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Balanced golf balls Featured science projectScience project video
This science fair project aims e to find out if a balanced golf ball is easier to putt.
Difficulty: Middle school
Tennis racquet string tension and ball speed Featured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was carried out to understand how the string tension level of a tennis racquet will affect the speed of the ball during play. The experiment was performed using 2 different levels of tension.
Difficulty: High school
Baseball batting in an indoor and outdoor stadiumFeatured science projectScience project video
Have you ever wondered whether a baseball batter performs differently when he plays in an indoor stadium (instead of outdoors). Does the fact that he's indoors, somehow have a psychological effect on the batter and limit his abilities? Well, that's the purpose of this science fair project.
Difficulty: Middle school
Tennis court surface type and game speedFeatured science projectScience project video
We've heard that some types of tennis courts are "faster" than others. Why are some competitions played on hard courts (eg. U.S. Open), whilst others (eg. Wimbledon) are played on grass? This science fair project was performed to determine how the surface of a tennis court affects the speed of the game. Testing was done on a clay, grass and asphalt tennis court surfaces.
Difficulty: Middle school
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