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TeamSnap Officials, Refs and Umps Sports Tech Management

TeamSnap Launches New Officials Management Platform to Serve Referees and Umpires

TeamSnap Officials is ready to use. It was designed specifically to manage game officials as an intuitive online sports tech platform. This new feature allows for the management of match officials, referees and umpires while meeting communication and scheduling needs in regards to youth and recreational sport. The Sports Techie community blog encourages the use of sports tech products, solution’s and systems to optimize and streamline business operations. TeamSnap continues to build out innovative sports technology assets as a single solution to meet the constantly evolving demands of that occurs when managing sport teams, leagues and now refs, in the digital age.

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Sports Technology Infographic – Helping Sport Referees And Officials For Over A Decade

Sports Technology Infographic – Helping Sport Referees And Officials For Over A Decade

Sports Technology has been helping referees and official at major events and tournaments increase their accuracy with correct calls as this Newark/Electronic 14 Infographic about “Technology in Sport” – helps to show. The Sports Techie community blog readers may remember our launch during the 2010 South Africa World Cup when FIFA had no goal-line tech in place and it cost England dearly against Germany on an obvious blown goal call. Our contribution for Intel covered the implementation of goal-line technology during the 2014 FIFA World Cup and other sports tech...

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First-ever US Women’s Ski Jumping Team Documents Training in Web Series REFUEL USA By Got Milk

The New Women's Ski Jumping Team USA Got Chocolate Milk

The New Women’s Ski Jumping Team USA Got Chocolate Milk

Women’s Ski Jumping USA is composed of seven extraordinary women who are making history. This team of inspirational athletes bonded over their passion for flight and because of their influence, for the first time, women are able to compete at the highest level in the sport. The Sports Techie community blog is excited to share a sports tech centric part of the story about these pioneering women drink chocolate milk to help fly the length of a football field on a snow covered ramp in excess of 60 miles per hour down mountains as they prepare and train for Sochi. The XXII Olympic Winter Games, or the 22nd Winter Olympics, are scheduled to take place February 6th – 23rd, 2014 on the NBC Sports Network.

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Fantasy Football Commissioner CBS Sports referral and money saving URL

Use Fantasy Football Commissioner and save $20

Use Fantasy Football Commissioner and save $20

Fantasy Football Commissioner CBS Sports referral and money saving URL for the Sports Techie community.

Save $20 via this Fantasy Football Commissioner league referral blog link: http://cbssports.com/ref/6834e406090010e7

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Refuel ‘Got Chocolate Milk? cameras follow Hines Ward IRONMAN webisodes in partnership with CAF

Follow Hines Ward’s journey to “BECOME ONE,” learn about the science behind the recovery benefits of chocolate milk, and check out exclusive training tips and videos at gotchocolatemilk.com.

Follow Hines Ward’s journey to “BECOME ONE,” learn about the science behind the recovery benefits of chocolate milk, and check out exclusive training tips and videos at gotchocolatemilk.com.

Former Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward is taking on a new post-football challenge, training for the Ironman World Championship. In the new documentary series “Become One,” which debuted this week, Hines and his fellow training partners prepare with eight-time IRONMAN triathlon champion Paula Newby-Fraser, for the most grueling athletic challenge of their lives: the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i.

“Playing football was tough but training for a 140.6-mile swim, bike and run is probably the biggest challenge of my life,” said Ward, a 14-year pro football veteran and champi...

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The Sports Techie Take on replacement refs on MNF on ESPN

Peyton Manning threw a Broncos TD on MNF with the help of instant replay technology

The Sports Techie Take on replacement refs during Monday Night Football on ESPN is that it is took away from the NFL Sports Technology story of another Hall of Fame touchdown pass thrown by Denver Broncos quarterback Payton Manning. The play was originally ruled a no catch by the on field replacement referee but was then overturned by the video replay booth replacement official after an automatic challenge inside of the two-minute warning. This was a new NFL rule in action and it worked by getting the call right, TD Broncos. Instead of this successful NFL Sports Technology story being front and center though, the NFL was forced to deal with their three month long official’s lockout.

Because of the new rul...

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US Open Green Initiatives By USTA Sustainability Program Revolution

2018 US Open; Grounds; AA Sculpture Garden

Sustainability is a core principle of The Sports Techie community blog as it is for the US Open. The change in their corporate culture started in 2008 with the US Open Green Initiatives. The latest 2019 version of the program is a blue-print for all major events, sport or otherwise, as they continue do their part to help the environment in a time of unprecedented climate change.  With a goal to lessen their impact on the environment, the USTA entered into an agreement with the Sports for Climate Action Framework by the United Nations, becoming the first major organization to do so throughout North America.  This group of international sports organizations is all in with raising awareness and reversing climate change...

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College Football Hall of Fame Sensory Inclusion Free Month Visit

The College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta is an amazing sports museum and is offering free entry presented by Chick-fil-A and Coca-Cola for the month of August as they celebrate their birthday. I took advantage of the opportunity this past Sunday accompanied by my 6-year old son and his two-year old brother. Yes, the facility has amazing, immersive sports tech but they also have a Kulture City (KC) sensory certification, the first business in the city to do so making it a real win-win. I went to the official CFB Hall of Fame grand opening in 2014 as a blogger, and then returned with my boy at another date to learn more about the special needs, inclusion program because Kellan is on the autism spectrum...

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New Field of Dreams Ballpark Featuring White Sox and Yankees MLB Game Set For Aug 13, 2020

MLB at Field of Dreams Ballpark in Iowa Rendering

Major League Baseball announced that on August 13, 2020 the new Field of Dreams (© Universal City Studios LLC)  ballpark, “MLB at _Field of Dreams_” will be ready for the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankee game played in a temporary ballpark constructed in the cornfield next to the original ballfield used for the movie on the Lansing Family Farm, in Dyersville, Iowa. MLB and BrightView Holdings, Inc. plan to design the facility like the old Comiskey Park. Construction on the historical ballpark began this week and a video was release today showing drone footage of the area where it will be built next the original Field of Dreams. The Sports Techie community blog loves sport movies of all varieties...

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