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 |

  • 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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Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association National Conference | Game Ready Presentations

  • On May 22, 2018
In May 2018 Fusion Sport and partners held a Conference breakfast at the 2018 Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) National Conference. Check out the presentations below:   Jason Pullara | Assistant Athletic Director | Northwestern University Jason Pullara from Northwestern University (NU) gives insight into his journey implementing SMARTABASE for the student athletes […]
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Tactical Strength and Conditioning Conference – Battle Ready Presentations

  • On May 14, 2018
In April 2018 Fusion Sport and partners held a Conference breakfast at the 2018 NSCA Tactical Strength and Conditioning (TSAC) Annual Training Conference. Check out the presentations below:   Supporting the Tactical Athlete with Integrated Technologies Taylor Davis | Human Performance Technician | Guardian Premier Solutions LLC Taylor Davis from Guardian Premier Solutions gives insight […]
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Science of football: Referees |

  • On May 11, 2018
Should the expectations, treatment and training of players be extended to referees. In a previous column I spoke about how fatigue can be emotional, physical, mental. I further explained that regardless of its cause, fatigue will always decrease performance for both players and referees. Within any team structure, team physicians, sport scientists, strength and conditioning […]
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Science of football: Are players too tired to excel |

  • On May 11, 2018
Is fatigue an excuse for non-performance or a legitimate concern for players? Fatigue and recovery. Two words heard quite often in the world of football. But are these just words used to provide an excuse after a bad game or is there more to this? It’s been said that that footballers don’t work as hard […]
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Best Sporting Moments from the 2018 Commonwealth Games

  • On April 19, 2018
The XXI Commonwealth Games have concluded leaving many nations decorated in medals. At the top of the medal tally for the 2018 games was host nation Australia, followed at a distance was England in second place and India in third. This years games was full of ups and downs, records broken, upsets, buzzer beaters, photo […]
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Ode to Jonah Lomu from a Humble Sport Scientist

  • On April 27, 2016
Like so many across the world I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Jonah Lomu this week. It seems that anyone who was fortunate enough to meet Jonah in person was left with a lasting impression of a very special individual. I was one of those lucky people, and I want to […]
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