Andrew Riley from Jamaica, on his way to win Men 110 M Hurdles in 13.56, at Track Town Classic, at the University of Albertas Foote Field, in Edmonton. 
Edmonton's track & field meeting is currently ranked as a Top 30 meet in the World, Canadas premier one-day invitational/ international track & field competition, and the first major international meeting in North America after the Caribbean, Canadian and USA Championships and Olympic Selection Trials.
On Friday, 15 July 2016, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Many American Olympic athletes are using cutting-edge technology like motion tracking systems, wearable jump monitors and Doppler radar to help them jump higher and go farther before hitting Rio this August 5 for the Summer Games — and so can you!
So fasten your joggers and come along as we take a look at the technology our Olympians are using to help them go for the gold. Read More

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