Fusion Sport at the 2018 Sports Biometrics Conference

  • On November 3, 2018
  • data analytics, sports analytics, sports biometrics
  Fusion Sport are excited to be sponsoring and attending this year’s Sports Biometrics Conference in San Francisco from November 27th to 29th, 2018. The annual conference brings together data analysts, sport scientists, researchers and high performance experts from all over the world to discuss the latest developments in sports technology, data analytics and sports […]
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One Dance UK launches the first ever One Dance UK Awards

  • On October 22, 2018
Fusion Sport are proud to be sponsoring the Dance Healthcare Team Award at the One Dance UK Awards next month. Congratulations to finalists The Royal Ballet School, London Contemporary Dance School and Elmhurst Ballet School. Industry body One Dance UK has announced the first shortlist for the new awards, with categories including healthcare in dance, […]
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‘Return From ACL Injury’ BaiMed Performance | Innovate by Fusion Sport

  • On September 27, 2018
Our professional development event in Melbourne with AFL Academies High Performance and Medical staff was a great opportunity to network with professionals that share our passion for driving human performance. With so many of our clients doing great things in the world of sport science, Daniel Lawson from the Cronulla Sharks and BaiMed Performance shared […]
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The science of elite sport | ABC Radio RN Drive

  • On September 19, 2018
Season-ending injury! It’s a phrase that can send sports fans into despair and derail the career of a star athlete. But no matter how fit someone is, no matter how well they train, injury is always a risk. So how do the elite clubs keep their players fit and on the field? The following radio […]
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What is Dance Medicine? | British Journal of Sports Medicine

  • On September 17, 2018
Traditionally dance medicine has been somewhat the poor relation of sports medicine. Why is this the case? There is no doubt that dancers, of whatever genre, require the physical and psychological attributes of athletes. However, dance involves an additional artistic component where ultimately performance on stage is judged not according to a score card as […]
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Effect of wind on track performance – new formulas suggested | Canadian Running

  • On September 10, 2018
Dutch researchers from the University of Amsterdam studying data from sub-elite track meets in Belgium and the Netherlands and elite Diamond League meets have published some interesting findings about the effect of wind speed on track performances. They also developed, based on the available data, a set of formulas for correcting for wind speed that can be […]
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How sports science has made age just a number and given longevity to ageing superstars | Sport360.com

  • On August 7, 2018
Usually players of my age go to Qatar or China, with all due respect”. Those were the words of a 33-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo following his €100 million switch from Real Madrid to Juventus last month, more than hinting his refusal to accept physical decline and dedication to continue at the highest level made him stand alone among other notable names who […]
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Raising the barre: how science is saving ballet dancers

  • On August 1, 2018
Could new science and high-tech training protect dancers from the injuries that end so many of their careers far too early? At the Royal Opera House in London, home of the Royal Ballet, art is fusing with science to revolutionise the way dancers prepare. In the glass-panelled healthcare suite, ballerinas are standing on high-tech force platforms which […]
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University of Oregon’s One-Stop-Shop for Athlete Data

  • On July 20, 2018
Earlier this year at the 2018 MIT Sloan Sports and Analytics Conference, Andrew Murray, Director of Performance and Sports Science from the University of Oregon, shared in a number of sessions presenting on how the University aggregate information and data streams from numerous technologies and other sources to make better informed decisions on athlete health, well-being […]
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Matildas Reaping the Benefits of SMARTABASE | TheWomensGame.com

  • On July 10, 2018
For an athlete, monitoring workload consistently and accurately can have a meaningful impact on performance and injury reduction. Australian Matildas and Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Casey Dumont believes that SMARTABASE has played a big role in aiding manage her workload. Early in Dumont’s career she suffered a lacerated liver, bouts of osteitis pubis and a ruptured […]
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