Effects of ball mass and movement pattern on release velocity in throwing
In ball and javelin throwing, the velocity that is imparted to the object is the most important factor for maximal distance. At a given angle of release and a given attitude angle of the javelin, the distance of the throw depends on the speed of the javelin at the moment of its release.
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