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From Missiles To The Pitch: The Story Behind World Cup Tech

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U.S. national soccer team player Michael Bradley ran 10.4 miles during the team's World Cup game against Belgium. Brian Kopp of STATS LLC explains to Melissa Block how technology first developed by the Israeli military is now being used in athletics.

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