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NGU Sports Lighting Launches With Proven LED Sports Lighting Solutions And Team

NGU Sports Lighting, LLC, Enters Lighting Market as Exclusive Provider of Ephesus Sports Lighting Solutions For Professional Venues

NGU Sports Lighting, LLC, Enters Lighting Market as Exclusive Provider of Ephesus Sports Lighting Solutions.

NGU Sports Lighting is taking LED technology, solutions and products to the next level for professional and semi-pro end users all the way down the massive youth market in order to meet the growing consumer demand for more sustainable and cost-effective lights both indoors and outdoors...

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Matthew Berry Game Changer Awarded To World Championship Of Fantasy Football

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OF FANTASY FOOTBALL NAMED FIRST-EVER “MATTHEW BERRY GAME CHANGER” AWARD WINNER

Winning the inaugural Matthew Berry Game Changer Award earned the World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF) a check for $200,000, the Crystal Trophy and a piece of sports tech history. With the NFL 2018 season and training camp less than a month away, the 2018 Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) Conference was hosted in Minneapolis by U.S. Bank Stadium, home of last season’s Super Bowl LII won by the Philadelphia Eagles. If you play or want to play fantasy football, either traditional or daily, Berry is the ESPN go-to guy for expert insight as their Senior Fantasy Analyst...

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A Brief History of Women in Motorsports

The first motorized tricycle race for women that we know of took place as early as 1897. Comparing these pioneering ladies to modern day racers shows one major similarity, courage. The Sports Techie community blog readers and followers represents thousands of women across the planet as equals to men. Yet, to this day motorsports are associated with dudes and are usually seen as a type of sport showing masculinity at its finest.

This discipline is one of the very few where men and women can compete against each other in big competitions, as well as there being ‘female’ clubs and associations to inspire, promote and protect sportswomen.  For this reason, in hope to motivate, we are presenting you with a brief history of women in motorsports.

The truth is: Women do have a place in motor...

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How to Take Your Passion for Sports Further with a Drone

How to Take Your Passion for Sports Further with a Drone

Sports and tech make such a good team that they influence each other every moment. While drones develop into new shapes and technologies, their prices also lower for the end customer. Sports enthusiasts – such as you and us – now can use the best drones in so many ways that they even become players in specialized competitions. Drones influence the way we see and even practice our hobby. Some of the best drones can capture matches and championships from unique perspectives. The Sports Techie community blog adheres to responsible drone flying and usage.

There’s more to these gadgets than flying and capturing images. Drones can capture images and videos which can improve a training or even a match...

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Why is Golf the Sportsman’s Sport?

It is no secret that golf is a popular pastime amongst many professionals, and it seems that is also true for elite athletes

Why is Golf the Sportsman’s Sport?

How many times have you seen pictures and/or videos of top sportsmen and women of other sports on the golf course? Be it Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, England and Tottenham Hotspur soccer star Harry Kane or five-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady, it seems that golf truly is the sportsmen’s sport of choice.

It is no secret that golf is a popular pastime amongst many professionals, and it seems that is also true for elite athletes. Not that golf, in itself, isn’t a gruelling sport all of its own, but its relaxed and gentle pace allows athletes to remove themselves from their high-octane careers.

It is no...

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What to Study To Pursue a Career in Sports Technology

What to Study To Pursue a Career in Sports Technology

What to Study To Pursue a Career in Sports Technology

Whether it’s in sports education, sports technology, training, coaching or administration, professional certifications and degrees are becoming increasingly necessary for a lucrative career in any sports-related industry.  As a result of this, there are over 300 physical education and sport science programs on offer at colleges and universities across the USA together with more than 250 sport management programs. These sport-related qualifications include academic degree programs at universities, community colleges, 4-year colleges, speciality-sports universities and training institutes as well as a variety of certifications through non-academic organizations...

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Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics, Paralympics And USOC

Panasonic USA, Sharing The Passion For Sports Tech With The Olympics And USOC

U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs enhances the Olympic fan experience with Panasonic immersive technology.

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics begins February 9 and Panasonic is ‘Sharing The Passion’ and the spirit of sport athletes with people around the world while connecting people who are passionate about sports and the Olympic Games through advanced technology. The values Panasonic Corporation shares with the Olympic and Paralympic Games as the Official Worldwide Partner of the Games is showcased at the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) visitor training center in Colorado Springs here in the United States, as well as in South Korea, and also in Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Games...

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McIlroy Still Hopeful Following a Strong British Masters Showing

Rory McIlroy will be hoping that his convincing performance at Northumberland’s Close Club is enough to show Ryder Cup selectors that his best form isn’t behind him.

After a winless season that has seen the Northern Irishman missing cuts left, right and center, Rory McIlroy put on one of his most impressive performances of the season last week at the British Masters, finishing second only behind fellow Irishman Paul Dunne. McIlroy will be hoping that his convincing performance at Northumberland’s Close Club is enough to show Ryder Cup selectors that his best form isn’t behind him and he has recently admitted that he is now essentially competing to stay in line for selection at next year’s tournament...

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Mayweather, McGregor Odds, Bettors, Social Hype Tour and PPV

MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR
Saturday, August 26, 2017 on Pay-Per-View.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor is a 12-round super welterweight matchup that pits the legendary boxer Mayweather against the all-time MMA great McGregor in an unprecedented event that takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Floyd “Money” Mayweather is favored to defeat MMA superstar Conor “Notorious” McGregor in a highly anticipated boxing match on August 26 that opened at 225-1 and is now 1.18 to 1 in favor of the 40-year old boxing legend according to CrownBet, the premier online odds provider located in Australia. Because the fight hype has been so terrific across social media it is sure to break multiple records including Pay-Per-View digital viewership numbers and profits from a boxing match...

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The PGA Championship In Golf

The PGA Championship In Golf

The PGA Championship In Golf – Sports Techie blog.

The PGA Championship is an annual professional golf competition that attracts some of the best players in the world. It is the final major competition of 2017 year and is held August 10-13, three weeks before Labor Day weekend. In 2017, the competition will be held at the hollowed Quail Hollow Club course located in North Carolina. The event is organized by the Professional Golfers Association of America and their first competition was held way back in 1916. The total prize money for the championship comes to $10 million. The Sports Techie community blog loves the story regarding Jordan Spieth as he attempts to become the youngest golfer ever to win all four majors...

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