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Part 1The water jump is really similar to a layup in basketball. Think of the last two to three steps before a layup in basketball. Youre jumping off with some power when you are finally going into the air. Your body has to be in control to be able to make the basket and you have to be very aware of what every piece of your body is doing. You need power, you need control, you need to be smooth, you have to be present and then leap.Part 2As long as the spikes are on the barrier, youre good. The scary situation is when you overshoot the barrier a little bit and just your heel catches it. The heel doesnt have any of the metal spikes sticking out, so all of that grip really comes from the four or five metal spikes on the forefoot of your spike plate.Part 3Ive found that whether I hit the barrier on the front side or on top or the farside of it, as long as my spikes are touching it, I can adapt. Typically I shoot to probably hit the top of it, but I think as long as my heel isnt the first thing to touch it then Im in business. Then Im ok.Part 4Im lucky that I can jump off the barrier with either leg. Typically an athlete has a leg that they prefer, but from the very first time I tried it, both legs came naturally to me. Thats a good quality to have just because of the traffic approaching a barrier. If you have a leg that is favored sometimes it can be a little bit difficult to guarantee that that leg will be the one that you jump off of. So I switch both legs and dont have a leg that I prefer, and I couldnt even tell you which leg I land on more than the other.Part 5When Im trying to protect myself in the air from the carnage happening in the water jump, sometimes Ive had to change my trajectory mid-air. I see someone has fallen in front of me and I have to use my foot in to press off the barrier a little bit more to one side of my foot to try and change my angle off the barrier to avoid the person who is down in the water in front of me. So sometimes its pushing off a little bit more on one angle, pushing off a little bit more on the inside of my foot or pushing off a little bit more on the outside to change the launch angle off the barrier. And other times its just making sure that your elbows are out, making sure no one is going to crash in on you.Part 6I dont know my launch angle. Ive never sat down and really studied with video analysis and looked over the perfect launch angle. Its important to have power coming off of it, so athletes stay pretty compressed and pretty low and some athletes fly pretty high. I think each athlete has their sweet spot, and I cant even really articulate what mine is -- it just feels very normal to me.Part 7Beginner steeplechasers are often a little intimidated and they come off the water jump and they land with two feet which completely stops any forward momentum built from propelling off the jump. Thats what I would say is the biggest mistake that beginners do -- and they know its a mistake and they arent trying to land with two feet. So definitely try to land on one foot in stride.Part 8The ideal way to land the water jump is to land with one foot first and then another foot to be able to kind of run out of the water. I think a lot of people who land two feet lose so much time. So make sure youre able to land with one foot and then the other in a running motion.Part 9When not fatigued, its possible in practice to clear the water jump, but in a race scenario its nearly impossible and not very practical to clear the water jump. 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Commemorative hats for the teams impending 100th win were hastily commissioned.The Penske hospitality crew carried those black hats emblazoned with a red 100 logo around the country for the next three years as Roger Penskes flagship team endured the longest winless period since the teams formation in 1968. The hats finally escaped captivity on May 27, 2000, when Gil de Ferran earned the teams historic 100th Indy car win at Nazareth Speedway.?Team Penske broke out a batch of nearly identical 100 hats Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway after Brad Keselowski earned the man they call The Captain his 100th victory in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition. The hats didnt fester as long this time; Joey Logano had scored win No. 99 at Michigan International Speedway just three weeks ago.Even though Penskes first Indy car and NASCAR wins came within the space of two years (1971 and 72), it took much longer to reach the century mark in stock car competition. The Indy car team has now amassed 183 race wins, including six this year split between Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Juan Pablo Montoya.While Penskes front-runner status in the IndyCar Series is a given, success has been much more difficult in NASCAR. Thats why he took so much satisfaction in Keselowskis landmark win at Daytona.With four wins split between Keselowski (with three) and Logano, Penske is enjoying a strong campaign during his 50th anniversary season.Well, I would just say that the 100th in NASCAR is something special and to do it here on the Fourth of July weekend, its amazing, Penske said.?But its a byproduct of all the good people we have, and weve got to continue to remember that.?We lose more than we win in this business, and youve got to know how to deal with the downs and take advantage of the ups.One hundred wins puts us in a good position and it couldnt come at a better time, he noted. Sixteen years ago we won our first 100th race in IndyCar, so it took a long time to get here on the NASCAR side. But a pretty important night for us.Back in 2000, Penske didnt have to wait long for his 101st Indy car win. It came just three weeks later at Detroit Belle Isle, where longtime Team Penske driver Helio Castroneves earned his first Indy car race win and inaugurated his traditional fence-climbing celebration.Penskes resurgence as a champion Indy car team after three years in the wilderness came after a near-total rebuild. In late 1999, he hired 31-year-old Tim Cindric away from Bobby Rahal to run the Indy car team, abandoned his philosophy of building his own chassis and maintaining an in-house engine program and hired a pair of up-and-coming young drivers in de Ferran and Castroneves.Equipped with the same basic Reynard-Honda-Firestone package that had dominated the CART series from 1996 to 1999, the rejuvenated Penske organization again demonstrated that it was the top dog in the CART series, with de Ferran winning the championship in 2000 and 01. A move to the Indy Racing League in 2002 did nothing to slow the Indy car momentum, and Penske drivers Pagenaud, Castroneves and Power currently rank 1-2-3 in the IndyCar Series standings.In 2006, Cindric assumed control of all of Team Penskes racing operations and was tasked with moving the Indy car team from its longtime Pennsylvania base to Penskes 375,000-square-foot facility in Mooressville, North Carolina.dddddddddddd. 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Keselowski has won 19 Cup races for Penske since 2011, including Penskes first NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2012.Now an established Cup veteran at age 32, Keselowski has paired well with 26-year-old Logano, who since joining the team in 2013 has started to live up to the high expectations placed upon him at the start of his career. Its one of the strongest driver lineups in the Cup Series, and Penske has 22-year-old Ryan Blaney waiting in the wings with the satellite Wood Brothers team should he decide to upsize his Cup operation to three cars.The chemisty the drivers have achieved with their respective crew chiefs (Paul Wolfe for Keselowski, Todd Gordon for Logano) is another key to the NASCAR teams recent success.Thats what Roger does best, putting the right people in the right places for the teams success, Cindric said. He has a way of finding the right people.For Penske, finding the right people extends far beyond the scope of his 450-strong racing operation. Penske Corporation is a worldwide conglomerate, with more than 40,000 associates, and the racing teams are a visible and valuable marketing tool for the companys various business interests that span the globe.Winning obviously is the ultimate goal, Penske said. But I think being competitive every race is the key. Youre not going to win every race, but when I go home after a race I want to see that we were competitive today. Maybe we didnt compete the way we wanted to, but I get probably more satisfaction today seeing one of our drivers get in the winners circle because all those people who are directly involved with that driver and the team get on such a high and it just spreads through the organization.To me, thats the most important thing -- what it does for us with 40,000 employees, he added. Every Monday they know whether theyve won or lost and thats a big thing for them.Another Penske trait is a stubborn resistance to look back at the past, no matter how successful it may have been.One hundred NASCAR wins is a great milestone, but Roger Penske is already focused on the next goal.You look at Joe Gibbs and you look at Richard Childress and certainly Rick Hendrick and some of the other teams, these guys have won a lot of races, Penske said. I think weve competed in multiple series, and I think were almost at 450 wins now [434, to be exact], and three or four away from 500 poles.Our goal is 500 and 500 [wins and poles], he added.?This was the first step -- to get to 100 wins in NASCAR. 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