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Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis
Individual and relay scores in two Olympic swimming events (100-and 200-meter freestyle) were compared across 15 nations, 86 athletes and four summer Olympics (to determine if level of individualism of the home country affects race times. Except in very specific and apparently random circumstances, differences between mean solo race times and mean relay race times were not related to level of individualism, regardless of gender, event or year of Olympics. Explanations for these surprisingfatcat:ti5hnclmlnblhl5mu7wq3dj7si