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Bernoulli and Isaac Newton Can we merge this two approaches for explaining lift? It is true that air, when surrounding an airfoil travels faster on one side than on the other, the pressure of air in the area where it moves faster is smaller than in the area where it...
1. How did you get involved with boomerangs? The first time I saw a boomerang in flight was in Panama when I was 7 years old. Older boys had a cross stick that flew really well, but they would not let me throw it. When I was 9 years old (1959), my mother bought me a...
The concept behind the Braket MTA or better < Bra | Ket > MTA. I won MTA at my very first boomerang tournament and got hooked by it. Right after I came home from Viareggio 2001, I started making my own. After some attempts using birch plywood, I started using...
First part of an introductory analysis of forces and effects on hovering MTA boomerangs. Thickness, lift, angle of attack, stall.
Article by: A. Palacio, M. Schütz, A. Sgattoni.
Alex Opri is by far one of the most solid throwers out there. World Boomerang Champion in 2010, he has been away of the throwing fields for a few years but now he is back, strong and smart as usual.
Interview with Fridolin Frost. 4 times World Boomerang Champion. A true inspiration for the new generations of boomerang throwers.
1981 marked the year of the first international competition when a team of ten boomerang throwers from the united states went to Australia to compete against them in their native sport.
The history of hovering MTA ́s boomerangs leads to aboriginals, which used to craft small boomerangs made out of seeds and weeds to throw them into the fire.