Yes, they have touch sensors. There are timed touch sensors on the wall.
The triathlon is a multidisciplinary race. Swimming, followed by cycling and finally a run. All three are timed and the 'transition' period in between each discipline is also timed.
The swimmers are timed down to the second. That is math. The events are in meters that is math.
no...it is never exact...ever...depends on hormones
Swimming i judged by who touches the wall first at the end of whatever distance the swimmers are supposed to swim. swimming is also timed by officials and a pressure sensing pad on the wall. I hope this helps.
Swimming can't really be played. Swimming is more of a social event. You can swim for sport but its simply a timed race of a set stroke over a certain distance. E.g 50m Butterfly. Swimming is used, however, in sports such as water polo.
Several races have come down to one one-hundredth of a second to determine gold and sliver.Three races in the previous two Olympics have come down to one one-hundredth of a second. They are:Men's 50 meter freestyle at the 2004 Olympic gamesWomen's 50 meter freestyle at the 2008 Olympic gamesMen's 100 meter butterfly at the 2008 Olympic gamesAll of those events are sprint events meaning the pace is very fast and there is almost no room to "pull away". That results in very close finishes in which any of 8 competitors has a shot at the gold.If swimming was timed at any other margin, there would be alot of room for multiple winners. Also, that is not precises and that could be a huge problem.
It means the crankshaft and camshaft sensors arent correlated. Which basically means your distributor isnt timed correctly.
Evan Lysacek won figure skating Olympic gold at the 2010 winter Olympics. This is not a timed event
No dressage is not timed
All swimming and track events. Also events in canoeing, equestrian, cycling, rowing, sailing, pentathlon, and triathlon.
The exact amount of timed action in a football game is 1 hour due to 4 15 minute quarters. The maximum time is 75 minutes due to an over time period.