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Q: According to the rules of racewalking, your front leg must be bent from the time your heel hits the ground until your body passes over it. True or False
A: The answer is True.
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User: According to the rules of racewalking, your front leg must be bent from the time your heel hits the ground until your body passes over it. True or False

Weegy: The answer is True.
jeifunk|Points 9765|

User: One of the fundamental techniques of racewalking is to stand tall but not rigid. True or False

Weegy: Yes it is true. Posture: stand tall but not rigid; stand straight; do not lean back or bend forward at the hips.
bellepepper|Points 185|

User: Holding one's head slightly down when racewalking will make breathing more difficult. True or False

Weegy: TRUE. Holding one's head slightly down when racewalking will make breathing more difficult.
alfred123|Points 1926|

User: Racewalking involves more impact than running. True or False

Weegy: It's true that racewalking involves more impact than running. Attempting to walk faster (as in racewalking) actually will burn more calories than running. [ The number of calories burned will depend on a person's walking or running efficiency, body weight, and environmental factors such as weather and terrain. ]
keath1219|Points 171|

User: Former Olympian Bruce Jenner won an endorsement deal for Wheaties in his post-athletic career. True False

Weegy: True
cardboard|Points 31|

User: One of the duties of sports managers is to negotiate contracts for the athletes they represent. True False

User: Sports managers can serve as executive directors of athletic organizations. True False

User: The salary for those practicing sports medicine ranges from $30,000–$60,000 per year, depending on specialty. True False

Weegy: False. The median salary for a physician practicing sports medicine is $220,074.
debnjerry|Points 47355|

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