In the past, Olympic ski jumpers typically only had 3 to 4 seconds to practice their form and perfect their mid-air aerodynamics. Physics Professor Adam Johnston, explains how, with the help of a wind tunnel, U.S. ski jumpers can fine tune the physics of their jumps along with the flow of air around their bodies in order to attain Olympic gold.
Produced and filmed by Manjula Varghese.
Edited by Manjula Varghese and Luke Groskin.
Music by Audio Network
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About Manjula Varghese@manjulina
Manjula Varghese is a multimedia journalist as well as the producer/director for Mirror Lake Films.