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和訳をお願いします What are the limits to human performance in sports? Or are there any limits? Will future athletes continue to be able to break old records by running and swimming faster, jumping higher and farther, and lifting more weight? Or will we get to a point where the human body has reached its limit and few or no new records can be set? These questions came up again when Mike Powell broke the world record in the long jump by leaping over twentynine feet in 1991. The old record which had been set in 1968 was the longest remaining record in the history of track and field. Many people had wondered if the old mark was an absolute limit which world never be passed. But Powell surpassed it, and others are now busy trying to set a new record again.

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スポーツにおける人間のパフォーマンスの限界とはなんでしょう? あるいは、限界はあるのでしょうか? 将来のアスリートは、より速く走ったり泳いだり、より高くより遠くに跳んだり、より多くの重さを持ち上げることによって古い記録を破リ続けることができるでしょうか? あるいは、人体がその限界に達し、ほとんど新記録が作られることが無くなる地点に、我々は行きつくのでしょうか? 1991年に29フィートを飛び越えることによってマイク・パウエルが幅跳びの世界記録を破ったとき、これらの疑問が再び生じました。 1968年に作られた古い記録は、トラックおよびフィールドの歴史で最も長く残っていた記録でした。 多くの人々は、古い記録が、世界が越えることのできない絶対の限界なのではないかと思ってきました。 しかし、パウエルはそれを凌ぎました、そして、他の人々は現在再び新記録を作ろうと躍起になっています。 ☆ どの教科書かわかりませんが、もうお一人全く同じ和訳の依頼がありました。この質問の近くです。

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