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I can still remember that gloomy afternoon when England lost to Germany in the 2010 World Cup, I had just launched the Sports Techie community blog. Surely that Lampard shot was over the line! There’s plenty more stories where that comes from, though that Geoff Hurst shot in the 1966 World Cup Final was miles over the line, wasn’t it?
It took the world of football until 2012 to finally agree on introducing goal-line technology and not a moment too soon. Finally we do have the goal-line technology that answers the question of whether a goal is indeed a goal or not. About time too I hear you screaming “and why has it taken so long?”
Pulse Play Wearable Tech For Racquet Sports Like Tennis – Sports Techie blog
Pulse Play smart watch recently launched from Tel Aviv, Israel and is available now as the only wearable tech and the first complete social ranking and scorekeeping wearable for racket sports. Israel is a global sports tech hotbed of innovation, this time by former three-time tennis Grand Slam champion, Andy Ram, Co-founder and CEO, of the fast-rising startup company. The Sports Techie community blog has many tennis playing global readers, followers and fans worldwide that are interested in learning more about the downloadable app and new smartwatch for racket sports funded by an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and shippable today...
You probably have a favorite color that boosts your mood when wearing it. Maybe you even specifically look for clothing featuring that hue because you feel more confident wearing outfits of that shade. Some psychologists who study color say certain hues can influence a person’s mood, impact his or her brain activity and play a role in the individual’s posture. The Sports Techie community blog continues to even the playing field, this time with revealing data about the color of uniforms and information about mascots, and the possible influence they both play on winning or losing in sport. Uniform technology like adidas Climacool and Climaheat provide athletes with a jersey tech competitive edge...
Mondogoal Launches First-Ever Fantasy Soccer Platform For 2015 Women’s World Cup with $10k Final Tournament.
Mondogoal Women’s World Cup Fantasy Sports Soccer Game Launches as Industry First
The 2015 Women’s World Cup begins today and the Sports Techie community readers and followers have a new daily fantasy soccer platform to play on created by Mondogoal where their football Summer Showdown contest has a $10,000 cash payout. Mondogoal is the leading global fantasy sports company in the space and licensed to operate around the world unlike competitors in the space like FanDual or DraftKings...
UEFA Champions League 2015 semifinal are set between four high-quality organizations. Barcelona and Bayern Munich play in the first pair while Real Madrid plays Juventus in the other contest. The Sports Techie community blog is excited to share the newest Guarantee Tickets, Champions league performance Infographic along with our past #UCL breakdowns of the quarterfinals and knock out stage rounds. Champions final four fans all around the globe and throughout Europe will be digitally locked into each semi-finals moment on May 5 and 6, then again for the second leg on May 12-13, for the right to play in the Berlin finals. No matter who wins the semifinals, the finalists will have never played one another in a championship.
New YouTube Channel to Feature NCAA Tournament Real-Time Highlights, Game Recaps and More.
NCAA Digital March Madness YouTube Channel Launched By Turner Sports
March Madness has a new YouTube channel launched by NCAA Digital and managed by Turner Sports for the 2015 Division I men’s basketball championship. This is a sports technology first for the premier college basketball tournament and is sure to enhance the fan experience with real-time highlights, video recaps of all 67 games and compelling content all fans will enjoy on TV, digital devices and OTT boxes. The Sports Techie community blog is based in Atlanta and is privileged to share this cutting edge business and tech news with our loyal readers and followers as well as with local Turner and national CBS Sports viewers.
Adobe shared its latest data set of World Cup insights and statistics with the Sports Techie community blog,
FIFA World Cup Brazil Online Video and Social Data Via Adobe
Today, the day after Germany defeated Argentina to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final match, Adobe shared its latest data set of World Cup insights and statistics with the Sports Techie community blog, including numbers reflecting online video viewing, social media buzz and World Cup sponsors activity. The custom Adobe Digital Index (ADI) report follows up our previous World Cup buzz blog. This post-World Cup data analyzed over 2...
He’s tried football and baseball. She’s tried softball, soccer, and tennis. And you have watched and inwardly wept with him when these sports didn’t work out for one reason or another. Your child wants to be an athletic success, and you know that it is possible if you can find the right activity. With more than 35 million kids in the United States participating in organized sports, according to Statistic Brain, you know there has to be a sport your child will love and enjoy. Then your child says the word, “motocross,” and you wonder if this could possibly be the key to turning a corner in sports.
Motocross is a sport that can greatly benefit both boys and girls...
This Michigan vs. Kansas groin punch during a March Madness basketball game is bad sportsmanship forever captured digitally
Participation in organized sports has a variety of benefits for kids, potentially boosting everything from their academic performance to their self-esteem. Kids who can’t manage their feelings after a loss or compete honorably because they’re so focused on winning, however, may not reap those benefits in the same way that their peers with good sportsmanship skills do. Helping your child learn the basics of being a good sport starts at home and extends to the playing field, and these 12 tips can help you to instill those qualities.
12 Ways to Help Your Kid Learn to be a Good Sport
1.Model Good Sportsmanship – Your children learn about social interaction largely thr...