the average olympic rower is around 92kg. Im 95kg but it really all depends on where you operate the best at with you power to weight ratio, you dont need to be heavy to go fast.
Coz it makes you go fast.
In Slalom and Giant Slalom skiers can get over 120kms an hou.
It depends on many things, wind, crew, water, rigging etc
No, American Football is not an Olympic Sport. It would be fairly hard to become a new sport in the Olympics considering the schedule the teams/players/coaches go by.
in beach volleyball you usually go in pars and olympic volleyball is played in teams of 6
A Crew-Cab SE model will do 112mph in stock configuration.
You go to were the crew is dancing
You just have to be fast enough, doesn't usually happen until your around 19-23.
You have to win the Olympic trials.
click on the crew member in your crew ladder(which is below your yoville screen)
You have to go through training and go in a lineup and the driver picks you to be his crew member.
minimum wage if starting and can go up with yearly reviews or moving up to crew leader or shift managers or a manager of the store
go on google.com and go to images and search up OLYMPIC RINGS.
it can go as fast as a mustang can go
If the olympic games ended they would still do what they are doing like training but they just couldn't go in the olympic games.
Anyone who has an Olympic Trial cut off can go to the olympic trials, however, the top 2 finishers in the finals are the ones who go to the olympics.
The original crew was replaced with the backup crew because Charlie Duke got the measles.
on the flat mark cavendish(gb) can reach 45mph! on the velodrome and down hill im usure but id like toknow
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