baseball, basketball and football....... one of these i guess
golf ball, most aerodynamic
16 miles, fact!
The longest throw of a football was 168 feet and 4.8 inches. It was performed by Thomas Gronnemark, a native of Denmark.
mike vick threw a footbal 88 yards and it left his hands at 65mph
A fake plastic bat is nown to be thrown the farthest out of any other bat.It is becayse the plastic bat is the lightes bat of all.
probably 90 or 180 feet, nobody can throw the distance of two bases
The farthes home run ever was 634 feet by Mickey Mantle for the NY Yankees
Projectile motion as the football is thrown, forces as the football is thrown as well.
Any object following a ballistic trajectory, e.g. thrown baseball, struck baseball, thrown football, bullet fired from gun, rocket after engine burnout, missile warhead.
To my knowledge the farthest thrown football was by Randall Cunningham. In a post-season friendly-shootout he heaved one 73 yards. What I don't understand is that, atleast in baseball, they say about 75% of pitching power is in the legs, yet jay cutler was able to throw a ball 60 yards on his knees. Both Cutler and Flacco routinely throw for that distance (73 yards). I think Russell threw it the farthest at over 85 yards.
Yes wind affects the motion of football that is thrown. Apart from the motion of the football is also affected by gravity. The various laws of motion applies when football is thrown.
Because of its weight and density, it's clear that the air-filled tennis ball cannot be thrown anywhere near the distance of a baseball. This is even more so in modern day baseball which is super-hard, and designed that way, some people say to allow for more home runs.
Joe Namath, Matthew Reed, and a couple others have been credited with throws of over 90 yards but keep in mind that the strongest arm ever may not belong to a QB
254ft. world record
A football spirals based on the way it is thrown. It will be a perfect spiral if the football is thrown with the spin on the exact axis of the ball.Ê
Football being thrown
In a game, the longest verifiable throw of an American football is 82 or 83 yards. It took place between Dallas Cowboys QB Don Meredith and superstar receiver Bob Hayes. It resulted in a 95 yard touchdown.
A ball thrown across a football field is an example of a projectile.
93 yards is the longest thrown yardage in history
most interceptions thrown in state of texas high school football
A baseball can
Before it is thrown is has potential energy and when it is thrown and moving it has kinetic energy