‘Developing The Young Athlete’ Geelong Grammar School | Innovate by Fusion Sport

  • On septembre 19, 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, Head of Strength and Conditioning for Geelong Grammar School Thomas […]
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The Technology Behind Combine Testing | 2018 NBA Draft Combine

  • On juin 20, 2018
The NBA Draft Combine is the perfect place to prove yourself to scouts and NBA decision-makers as a young draft prospect. For most it’s all about the results. The faster the time, the higher the jump, the more dominant on the court generally place higher on the NBA Draft order. The need for accurate data […]
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2018 NBL Next Gen Camp | SMARTSPEED in Action

  • On juin 5, 2018
Last month the National Basketball League (NBL) held their first NBL Next Gen Camp in Melbourne. The event featured 80 of the top Australian and International young basketball prospects undergoing athletic and anthropomorphic testing. The athletic tests completed at the camp are aimed to mirror similar events at the NBA Combine. The Fusion Sport SMARTSPEED […]
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2018 NBA Draft Combine | SMARTSPEED in Action

  • On mai 21, 2018
It was a pleasure to work with the NBA Draft Combine again in 2018, providing our SMARTSPEED system to accurately test the young draft prospects in a series of sprint and agility drills. With the NBA Draft only a few weeks away, the NBA Draft Combine is the perfect place to prove yourself to scouts […]
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2018 National CFL Combine 40yd Dash Results

  • On mars 29, 2018
The 2018 National CFL Combine was held over the weekend in Winnipeg at the RBC Convention Centre. The invitation-only event tested athletes in six different game disciplines: 40 Yard Dash, Bench Press, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, Shuttle and 3-Cone Drill. SMARTSPEED is the official timing system of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Combines. The 40 yard […]
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How Olympians train their brains to become mentally tough | theconversation.com

  • On mars 15, 2018
With the Winter Olympics just behind us and the the Commonwealth Games about to kick off in 20 days, how do our elite athletes train their brains to become mentally tough? Research published in the Journal of Sports Sciences has found successful Olympians have a high degree of self-confidence, are able to block out distractions, manage their […]
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Single vs. Dual Beam Athlete Timing Systems – What’s Reliable? | SportTechie.com

  • On février 27, 2018
If you can’t measure it (accurately), you can’t improve it. That philosophy can be applied to many facets of life, but in the sports performance realm it’s imperative to true athlete development. Being able to validate the training process is what drives improvement not only within the athlete population… Read the full article here on […]
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The Science of Figure Skating Jumps | American College of Sports Medicine

  • On février 16, 2018
One of the most anticipated events of the PyeongChang2018 Winter Olympics is men’s and ladies figure skating. How do skaters jump over 24 inches in the air, rotate faster than six revolutions per second, and land on one foot while balancing on a 3/16-inch wide blade and skating over 15 mph? Here is the science […]
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