Coaches can use sports science to be more effective when training athletes. Sports science is about applying scientific principles to yield more significant results (in this case, enhance an athlete's performance), mentally and physically.
Biomechanics, for example, is a field of science that deals with movement. And therefore, by using their knowledge of biomechanics, coaches can analyze how an ideal top performer moves.
Notably, one of the fastest athletes in the world is Usain Bolt. And according to an official IAAF report (based on the 2009 World Championships performance data), he can run 100m in 9.58 seconds.
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