Raising the barre: how science is saving ballet dancers

  • On août 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 […]
Read More

Matildas Reaping the Benefits of SMARTABASE | TheWomensGame.com

  • On juillet 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 […]
Read More

Singing for a Clean Sheet | Independent.co.uk

  • On juillet 10, 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. […]
Read More

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 […]
Read More

UK University Sports and Athlete Data Management

  • On juin 12, 2018
The UK universities sports environment is a stage for thousands of talented sportsmen and women to perform at the national level by representing their universities and progressing into senior international and elite-level sports at the World University Games and Championships. Every year, over 5,000 teams undergo rigorous training and preparation before taking part in 120 […]
Read More

How Technology Will Transform The Olympics At PyeongChang | SportTechie.com

  • On février 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  
Read More