Chicago Bears Using Virtual Reality To Help New Quarterbacks




July 12, 2017

Chicago Bears Using Virtual Reality To Help New Quarterbacks

The quarterback position might seem simple to the uninitiated. On any given play you’re either handing the ball off or throwing it to a receiver, right? Given the different schemes and systems implemented by coaches these days, it’s not so cut-and-dry.

Sportradar To Feed Data About NBA Athletes Through Kinduct’s Platform

Sportradar has signed a new data integration deal with Kinduct for the 2017-18 NBA season to provide teams with athletic performance data about their players. Expanding on a multi-year data deal between Sportradar and the NBA set to begin this season, Sportradar will feed the data it collects about players through Kinduct’s Athlete Management System, bolstering one of the resources teams use to improve player performance.

Australia’s Elite Teenage Swimmers Get First Look At New Tech

The future stars of Australian swimming are getting coached – not only in technique, but in technology that could help them achieve further success in the pool. At the beginning of July, Swimming Australia, the nation’s governing body for competitive swimming, announced its “NextGEN” team of 22 rising teenage swimmers.

Inside an Olympic veteran’s training regimen

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Frank Thomas Talks Tech, How He Sees ‘A Little Tinker’ With The Baseball

Hall of Famer Frank Thomas, who slugged 521 home runs in his career and won the 1995 Home Run Derby, believes the home run spike in the majors can be attributed to more hitters adopting an uppercut swing and that there’s been “a little tinker” with the baseball.

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