NFL Safety Tech, Part Three: Crowdsourcing to End the Concussion Crisis

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September 6, 2018

NFL Safety Tech, Part Three: Crowdsourcing to End the Concussion Crisis

This four-part series examines the NFL’s $60 million investment in the Engineering Roadmap to develop research and technology to make football safer. Part one discusses the data behind the controversial helmet rule. Part two outlines the engineering work supporting the roadmap. This part discusses the crowdsourcing of innovative solutions.

Seven Tech Trends to Watch as the 2018 NFL Season Kicks Off

With the 2018 NFL season kicking off on Thursday, fans will be greeted with new ways to watch games, consume content and place bets on individual players and teams. The league is expected to make strides with how it collects and utilizes data, sells tickets, and streams content.

Opta and KPMG develop new analytics for soccer player valuation

Digital platform will provide financial and sporting insights into stars from 11 top-tier leagues. Professional services giant KPMG and Perform-owned sports data company Opta have launched a new player valuation analytics tool to help soccer clubs better understand the financial impact of signings.

Podcast Interview – Brandon Marcello: Evolution of the Silicon Valley Strength Coach

Episode 026 of the D&D Fitness Radio Podcast welcomes Sport Performance Strategist and Consultant, Brandon Marcello. Brandon has worked in the performance enhancement industry for over 20 years, providing service for Olympic, NCAA and professional athletes, as well as military organizations. His areas of expertise include injury prevention, recovery, technology integration, athlete assessment and performance team development.

Acceleration, Coordination, Variation: Three Ingredients for Sprinting Success – SimpliFaster

Multi-sport athletes often excel as sprinters because of their experience with acceleration, coordination, and variation. In order to help your sprinters, hurdlers, and jumpers meet their goals, introduce and focus on these three themes in your pre-season and early-season training programs.

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