Beats, Rhymes and Ice: Olympians Rely on Their Tunes, and Science Backs Them Up

    Throughout the PyeongChang Olympics, snowboarders and skiers have provided personal soundtracks. The individual nature of their sports allow riders to listen to music in competition. But they do not do it just because they can. Music helps the athletes block out distractions, focus before a race and perform better during it. The sports require rhythm and artistry, and those who choose to roll with an iPod might see inherent benefit in those areas.

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