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this is true
no, no, you were close, but you forgot to carry the 1, move the decimal, and multiple by age....
Here is the final solution: According to Newton's 69th law of physics the youngest future spinner has the highest probability to win. Why? Glad you asked. Traveling through time and space by doing future spins causes you to age at a slower rate than the rest of the universe. If every athlete is the same exact age (which they are not) the athlete that is able to combine the fastest velocity, quickest rotation with the most spins will ultimiately get to the future the fastest hence aginig the least and therefore being the youngest when they land. And that would be your winner. BUT its not that easy because every athlete is a differnent age. CONCLUSION: the older the athlete the more future spinning they need to do so they age less than the younger athletes. Basically the older athletes hope that the younger athlete ages more than they do before they land.
So my guess is that Jon will have more chances to hit the jump to allow for more time travel. He obviously knows what he's doing bc he's been to the future multiple times to get that awesome car.
ALSO, for all u kids that wonder where Jon gets his money. He does future spins, goes to the future, learns sports results, comes back to the our present and bets on them on BetSafe.com (one of his sponsors).