USA Triathlon Partners with Science in Sport, Leaders in Endurance Sports Nutrition

 

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November 1, 2017

USA Triathlon Partners with Science in Sport, Leaders in Endurance Sports Nutrition

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Triathlon today announced a new exclusive partnership with Science in Sport, industry leaders in endurance sports nutrition, as makers of the organization’s Official Energy Gel and Official Energy Bar through 2020. Science in Sport, founded in 1992, is headquartered in London with an expanding global distribution now including the U.S.

Citing embracement of analytics, Nats hire Dave Martinez

Citing the way he “embraces the analytical side of the game” and what they believe he’ll “bring to our clubhouse and our dugout,” the Nationals this morning officially announced the hiring of Dave Martinez as their seventh manager in 14 seasons.

From Gridiron To Pit Crew

Andy Papathanassiou, the Director of Human Performance at Hendrick Motorsports, joins the SportTechie Podcast with Bram Weinstein to discuss his unique role and how the science and technology behind today’s pit crews mirrors elite athlete and special forces training environments and processes.

This Intel-Powered Sensor Is Giving Batsmen Data They’ve Never Had

Cricket’s relationship with technology has often been fraught. While some things like the use of TV footage to decide run-outs and stumpings has been in place for a very long time, overall, cricket administrators have been reticent at best when it comes to expanding the use of technology.

Sensoria releases first ‘smart shoe’ with pressure sensors, expands beyond socks and shirts

Sensoria is getting into the high-tech shoe game. The Seattle-area startup today debuted its first-ever running shoe, which retails for $199 and features embedded textile pressure sensors designed to provide real-time biometric feedback. The pressure sensors are located at the plantar area of your foot and send data to a detachable electronic device on the heel of the shoe packed with an accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer.

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