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Match Tennis App Developed Virtual Tournament Desk For COVID-19 Social Distancing

Sports Tech Startup Company Helping Keep Tennis Tournaments Alive in the United States

Tennis startup Match Tennis App has COVID-19 social distancing rules coded into their Virtual Tournament Desk (VTD) platform as a way to get the game moving forward. Coronavirus has permeated society worldwide making large gatherings such as a sport tournament somewhat risky even with the most well thought out and executed health and safety plans in place. Live sports, whether as participants or fans seems to help people cope with the realism of where the United States is at in terms of defeating this nasty little virus...

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Cisco And 8AM Golf Launch Chirp Gaming App For U.S. Open Championship Fans

A New Way For Golf Fans To Play presented by Cisco

In-game betting during live sports events is the new sports tech enhanced craze making the 2020 U.S. Open Championship at Winged Foot, PGA Tour tournament launch for Chirp, a new and free golf wagering app developed by 8AM Golf and the app’s sponsor, Cisco, well-timed. The owner of GOLF Magazine/Golf.com and GolfLogix (the most downloaded app in golf history), enters into the gaming space with real-time games ready to play as you watch the second Major golfing event of the year beginning Thursday. As viewers watch each PGA Tour broadcast, live in-round odds are pushed out to the app allowing users 30 seconds to bet (or not) on live scenarios. Can Rory McIlroy reach the green on a three-par with his tee shot? Will Tiger Woods make his...

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How Apple Watch 6 Could Help Detect Environmental Factors Impacting Athletic Performance

The Apple Watch 6 is rumored to have a built-in ‘pulse oximeter’ to estimate the oxygen levels in the red blood cells while athletic activity is taking place.

Over 1 billion people across the world are affected by chronic and acute respiratory illnesses. This is the result of a variety of factors, but a significant part of the problem is environmental. Mold and damp can contribute to poor lung health, causing wheezing, shortness of breath and an increased risk of chest infections, amongst other symptoms. The Sports Techie community blog readers and followers should not confuse this with coronavirus symptoms which include shortness of breath, fever and body aches...

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Recover Athletics Injury Prevention App Designed With Physical Therapists Using AI

Recover Athletics plans are designed by top physical therapists, then customized with AI

Recover Athletics designed an injury prevention app for runners using input and expertise from physical therapists together with customized AI driven recovery and prehab plans to aid with proprietary coaching and workouts as well as health tracking and performance analysis. Two recent Yale graduates founded this Boston-based sports tech startup. They recently launched the recovery app as the coronavirus began to spread across the United States ruining their golden marketing plan to launch the application during the 2020 Boston Marathon event in partnership with Tracksmith and Lululemon as a recovery hub component. Recover Athletics, Co-Founder and CEO, Nick Stewart, chatted with the Sports Techie ...

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Ultimate Rivals Sports Game Franchise By Bit Fry Gaming Studios Available On Apple Arcade

All-Star Athletes From NHL, NBA, NFL, MLB, WNBA and US Women’s National Soccer Team Take to the Ice in “Ultimate Rivals: The Rink

Bit Fry is not a software code, fishing recipe or the nickname of the techie kid next door rather it is new, officially licensed sports gaming franchise featuring top players across all the major sport leagues. This is a first video game of its kind created by Bit Fry Game Studios located in New Hampshire. These smart game developers signed significant licensing agreements with nice professional sports organizations...

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TD Garden Hub App By Venuetize Showcases The Hub On Causeway In Boston

TD Garden Hub mobile experience powered by Venuetize features The Hub on Causeway and venue content useable by Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins fans both in-season during pregame, in-game and post-game, as well as during post-season when visiting the venue’s new 1.5 million square-foot development. NBA and NHL fans alike can now download The Hub on Causeway app developed by Venuetize, a cutting-edge technology platform provider of smart space solutions, for Boston Properties and Delaware North, a joint venture of mixed-use retail, restaurants, offices, hotels and residential. Locals and visitors can both enjoy separate experiences designed for TD Garden and The Hub on Causeway respectively...

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The Best Fitness Apps That Eliminate Common Workout Excuses

The Sports Techie community blog is all about a sound mind, sound body.

The Sports Techie community blog is all about the notion of a sound mind, sound body. Over 60% of American adults don’t get the recommended amount of exercise and 25% of adults are inactive altogether, a recent government study reveals. Whether it’s a lack of time, motivation, or exercise equipment, there are many reasons why people don’t workout. Fortunately, fitness apps can eliminate common workout excuses, so you can start exercising regularly and live a fit and healthy lifestyle. If price is a deciding factor, look for free to use, complimentary trails and low cost solutions...

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PGA Tour Appoints DraftKings Official Daily Fantasy Game of Golf

DraftKings Named “Official Daily Fantasy Game” Of The PGA TOUR

PGA Tour and DraftKings entered into a new business arrangement making the latter the “Official Daily Fantasy Game of the PGA Tour.” The content and marketing deal is a first DFS partnership for the PGA Tour. The Sports Techie community blog encourages the legal play of fantasy sports, both traditional and daily, check to see if your state allows it. This sports tech news was announced today from the PGA Tour’s Pointe Vedra Beach headquarters and DrafKing’s Boston HQ. I just played in DraftKings PGA $5K Dime Time at a cost of $0.10 during the 148th version of The Open Championship golf major tournament this past weekend won by Ireland’s own Shane Lowry at Royal Portrush in the UK pocketing me a cool $0...

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Sport Psychology Tech: Effectively Tapping Into the Psyche of an Athlete

Sports, whether eSports or the traditional real-world, is physically and mentally taxing. This is why proper rest and recovery is highly recommended. It also leads to a high demand in sports psychologists that even doctors and military personnel are tapping into them, according to the findings of the American Psychological Association. The Sports Techie community blog relates to the likes of Serena Williams who wrote a first person essay for Harpar’s Bazaar magazine published today. It covered her mental state of mind after before, during and after her melt down at the 2018 US Open women’s final over a chair umpire call that came at the expense of eventual champion Naomi Osaka, resulting in troubling feelings she needed professional help with overcoming...

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The Best Mobile Apps for The Sports Junkie

The Best Mobile Apps for The Sports Junkie

Nowadays there is a mobile application for just about anything, but it’s the applications that change our lives which really stand out. Being a sports fanatic means staying up to date with the latest scores, keeping up with transfers and recruitments and every so often, placing a cash wager for the fun of it. The Sports Techie community blog encourages our followers and readers to use sports tech apps as a compliment for any sport activity and please, never wager money you cannot afford to lose. In 2019 we can do all of the above from our mobile devices and just to make your life a little easier, we have devised a list of the best mobile applications for us sporting fans in the modern day and age of 2019. Check them out below.

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