How being just a fraction of a hair's width off can screw up a speed skate Add to ...


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Robert Tremblay, a speed skating research director, speaks to Ivan Semeniuk about the importance of getting the width, the curve and the roughness of a speed skate to exact specifications in order to help athletes perform their best

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