Samsung Gives Speedskaters SmartSuit Tech For Olympic Winter Games

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January 15, 2018

Samsung Gives Speedskaters SmartSuit Tech For Olympic Winter Games

With the PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games beginning next month, Samsung has revealed it has given two Dutch short track speedskaters access to the Samsung SmartSuit to try to help them win Olympic gold. A competitive form of speed-skating, short track speed competitions take place on an oval ice track of a circumference of just 364 feet.

Colorado Rapids appoint Chad Kolarcik as head of sports science & performance

Colorado Rapids Soccer Club announced today the hiring of Chad Kolarcik as the club’s head of sports science & performance. Kolarcik becomes the second technical staff hire this week after Fran Taylor was named assistant general manager on Wednesday. “Bringing in Chad is an important step for us

Chinese Basketball Association Partners With Beitai Digital On Data

The Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) will soon be receiving robust data solutions. A partnership has been formed making Beitai Digital the league’s official and exclusive data service provider. Beitai, an exclusive partner of Sportradar, will develop data products and services for the league and its fans.

Sport Science of Flywheel Resistance Training

Training with flywheels works scientifically and you can place it into a program practically. This article will present the science behind the way the body remodels from specific flywheel training, and instruct you on using a flywheel system more beneficially.

Exercise scientists should fight the exercise gurus

By Gladys Onambele-Pearson, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and Kostas Tsintzas, the University of Nottingham, UK Why is exercise physiology particularly prone to self-labelled gurus? It may have to do with the widespread use of social media and the rise in striving for a so-called ‘athletic’ looking body and ‘optimal’ eating.

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