Three Key Take-Aways from the Sports Tech Cup Hackathon

  • On January 22, 2019
Written by Zac Pross, Data Scientist at Fusion Sport The Australian Sports Tech Cup Hackathon Imagine you are an analyst for a newly formed AFL franchise called the Fusion Sport Fury. You’ve just been emailed several years’ worth of AFL data. One dataset contains AFL Draft Combine Testing Results while another dataset contains Champion Data’s AFL Match Ratings, where […]
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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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Singing for a Clean Sheet | Independent.co.uk

  • On July 9, 2018
A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Staffordshire during Uefa Euro 2016 found that players that sung their national anthem with more ‘gusto’ pre-match conceded fewer goals during the tournament. The researchers defined ‘gusto’ as more animated signs of facial expressions, body language and of course how loudly they sung the national anthem. […]
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How Technology Will Transform The Olympics At PyeongChang | SportTechie.com

  • On February 15, 2018
There are a number of “firsts” that are happening now at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. The firsts include a wide-scale virtual reality broadcast from Intel, high-tech uniforms and enhanced security features from an army of drones and X-ray vehicles. Read the full article here on SportTechie.com  
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