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Maths Key Stage 3 - Cycling Measuring Challenge

Duration: 12:56

3,2,1, Go! is an Olympic sports and maths challenge show which reveals how important mathematics is to sport.

Two cycling-mad Key Stage 3 schoolchildren are taken on a tour of the National Cycling Centre in Manchester.

They meet world individual pursuit champion Sarah Storey, and are set a maths challenge related to cycling.

The challenge is to find out how much further Sarah would cycle on line further up the velodrome, rather than an inner line.

Having completed the challenge, the two children are presented with 321 Go! medals by Sarah.

Available since: Wed 6 Jun 2012

Credits

Narrator
Mark Chapman
Producer
Diana Hill
Assistant Producer
Suzy Boyles

This clip is from

3, 2, 1, Go! Key Stage 3

3/3 Romario and Hayden visit the Arsenal training centre to take on a prediction challenge.

First broadcast: 27 Apr 2012

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