What’s Next in the Quest for Sub-Two Hours?

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September 28, 2018

What’s Next in the Quest for Sub-Two Hours?

The dust has settled. Eliud Kipchoge’s stunning marathon world record of 2:01:39 is in the books, and already the chatter is starting to look to the future. What comes next?

USWNT Boosts High Performance Department Ahead of 2019 World Cup

Next week, the United States Women’s National Team will kick off the finals CONCACAF Championship, aiming for an eighth title in that tournament, and qualification for defense of its World Cup crown in 2019.

A look ahead to the 2018/19 Heineken Champions Cup

The 2018/19 Heineken Champions Cup kicks off on 12th October with a host of the biggest clubs gunning for glory. Holders Leinster will be aiming for a record-breaking fifth title. And the Irish province look in rude health ahead of the campaign. But they’ll face major threats from France, England, and Ireland in their bid to create history.

How the NHL’s imminent data revolution will change the sport

For as long as the NHL’s been around, debates about which players are better than others have almost always centered around goals and assists, accolades like Stanley Cup rings and Hart Trophies, intangibles like toughness and leadership, and more recently, gateway advanced statistics like Corsi and expected goals.But what if you could take a deep dive into whether Connor McDavid is really better than Sidney Crosby using previously unknown comparison points like passes to the slot, offense off the cycle, and respect rating?

A primer on tactical periodization

This month HMMR Media has been presenting a lot of new content about the work of Frans Bosch and John Pryor. While much of their contributions to coaching have been in the area of coordination and agility training, John Pryor’s work with Japan Rugby also pioneered another area of performance: tactical periodization.

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