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A biomechanical study of sprinting is an interesting and attractive practical investigation task for undergraduates and pre-university students who have already done a fair amount of mechanics and calculus. These students can work with authentic real data about sprinting and carry out practical investigations similar to the way sports scientists do research. Student research activities are viable when the students are familiar with tools to collect and work with data from sensors and videodoi:10.1119/1.3187150 fatcat:eylqv5zbxbdbxdltafskj5v3ae