NHL Will Own League-Wide Tracking Tech Set to Debut in 2019-20

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October 30, 2018

NHL Will Own League-Wide Tracking Tech Set to Debut in 2019-20

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman affirmed that new, league-wide puck- and player-tracking systems will be ready for the 2019-2020 season and acknowledged, for the first time, that the NHL will have ownership of the technology. The NHL initially commissioned development of the tracking technology to be used as a broadcast and fan engagement tool, with an early test at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.

New Angels manager Brad Ausmus believes he can blend baseball and analytics

ANAHEIM – Brad Ausmus said that when he was hired last time, he believes one of the assets the Detroit Tigers saw in him was that he was relatively fresh off his days as a player. This time around, he feels he still has that attribute, but with a significant addition.

Latest research in football – week 35 – 2018

1 The Relative Age Effect in the 10 Best Leagues of Male Professional Football of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Reference: J Sports Sci Med. 2018 Aug 14;17(3):409-416. eCollection 2018 Sep.

Athletigen and Altis Seek to Turn DNA Insights Into Coaching Advice

Genetic information will soon be a standard part of sports, used to customize training, personalize nutrition, and even to identify talent. Over the last few years, DNA analysis firm Athletigen and elite track and field training facility Altis have been working together to explore and develop that future.

5 Challenges Every Long-Term Athletic Development Plan Must Overcome – SimpliFaster

What does a youth athlete really need when it comes to long-term athletic development and why do so many LTAD programs fail? Coach Valle presents ways for us to raise our standards in athletic development while not ignoring the all-important human element.

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