B. Ariel, Ph.D.
- Esquire's Olympics Preview: How to know A perfect
performance when you see one. Esquire, 66, 1976. Astor, G.
- Can the computer create superstars?. New England
Sports Guide, July, 1976. Cole, M.
- Dr. Ariel's revolutionary computerized biomechanics.
Track & Field News, December, 1977. Hersh, B.
- Want a better athlete? Now scientists can build you
one. Us, May, 1977. Moore, G.
- Gideon and his magic machine. Sports Illustrated,
August, 1977. Moore, K.
- In search of the optimal sprint. The New Englander,
May, 1977. Rutstein, N.
- The perfect swing. Golf, October, 1978. Barkow, A.
- Computer helps design shoe that walks on air. Daily
Hampshire Gazette, August, 1978. Cole, M.
- Computerized footwear. Canadian Footwear Journal,
August, 1978. Lloyd, S.
- Can computers teach tennis. World Tennis, March,
1979. Amdur, N.
- Anything you can do, computer whiz Gideon Ariel can
help you do better. People, September, 1979. Kessler, J.
- Can computers win gold medals?. New Scientist, July,
- The high priest of biomechanics. USAir Magazine,
October, 1980. Barkow, A.
- Biomechanics in the service of athletes. Olympic
Review, May, 1980. Coffrant, F.
- Future shoe. The Runner, March, 1980. Conniff, J.
- My coach, the computer. Miami Herald, Sports Extra,
March, 1980. Gustkey, E.
- Winners. OMNI, July, 1980. Mazur, S.
- Sports scientists train athletes to defy old limits.
Smithsonian, July, 1980. Stuller, J.
- California dreaming'. The Olympian, May, 1981.
- No winning through witchcraft here. Express, July,
1981. King, P.
- A laboratory for jocks. Discover, February, 1981.
- MODE: Sports. Sky-Delta Airlines Magazine, July,
- Leap ahead with biomechanics. Science Now, 1, 1982.
- Anatomy of a motion. Passages, 1982. Bernstein, P.
- Sports - Coto Research Center: athletics goes
digital. PSA Magazine, May, 1982. Bisheff, S.
- The human machine. Science Digest, June, 1982.
- Gideon Ariel reigns over biomechanics Xanadu.
Sportstyle, January, 1982. Leivenberg, R.
- Coached by computer. 321 Contact, October, 1982.
- No fault tennis calls. Discover, December, 1982.
- Biomechanics - how computers extend athletic
performance to the body's far limits. Popular Science, January, 1982. Ruby, D.
- Electronics in action. American Way, November, 1982.
- Computer picture show. National Geographic World,
- Computer - the games robots play are revolutionizing
tactics and training. Sports Mirror, August, 1983.
- The man behind the computer of the U.S. Olympic
Sports Medicine Committee - person to person. Scholastic Coach, January, 1983.
- Coaching Olympians by computer. Body in Motion,
October/November, 1983. Walker, P.
- The future of exercise equipment. National Trade
Fitness Journal, Winter, 1983. Yessis, M.
- Computer-built champions. Sports & Leisure,
- Go for the gold. A+ Magazine, August, 1984. Barry, D.
- The world according to Gideon. Sportswise,
September/October, 1984. Condor, B.
- Muscles by micro. Coaching Review, January, 1984.
- The sporting life - dynamic duo Vic Braden and Gideon
Ariel. Gentry, February, 1984. Handy, H.
- Getting as fit as an Olympian. Family Computing,
August, 1984. Pantiel, M. and Peterson, B.
- Olympic coaching by computer. In Cider, April, 1984.
- Enter the computerized competitor. World of Sports,
July, 1984. Slon, S.
- Touch of gold. Enter, July/August, 1984. Wilson, K.
- The high-tech swing. Polo, May, 1985.
- he Huffy Project: using computers to build faster
BMX'ers. BMX Action, June, 1985.
- Body building goes high-tech. IEEE Spectrum, May,
1985. Fischett, M.
- The acrobatics of human motion. Orange Coast, August,
1985. Jacobs, C.
- Ultra sports. OMNI, August, 1985. Teich, M., and
- The athlete of the future. Los Angeles Times
Magazine, March 19, 1989. Loverock, P.
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