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THE RANKS provides a socially intuitive platform that makes it easy for users to rate and comment on players listed in national high school basketball rankings.

THE RANKS provides a socially intuitive platform that makes it easy for users to rate and comment on players listed in national high school basketball rankings.

THE RANKS, First Fan Driven Social Platform For High School Basketball Rankings

The Ranks is the first fan driven social platform, mobile application for high school basketball rankings. High school basketball fans across the country will now be able to use the app to digitally engage in order to rate and comment on their favorite player, petition for players to be ranked, and access headline type news about high school basketball. I learned about this Atlanta-based startup and their proprietary software from Corey Cooper, CEO and Founder, CourtCred.com, LLC...

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Fun Fall Get-Togethers for Young Athletes and Sports Fans

Online sports games include both the traditional team contests such as football, basketball and soccer, as well as more leisure sports including pool, darts and paddleball.

Online sports games include both the traditional team contests such as football, basketball and soccer, as well as more leisure sports including pool, darts and paddleball.

Fun Fall Get-Togethers for Young Athletes and Sports Fans

Kids who play sports tend to eat, sleep and breathe their game of choice and often it involves technology. If your son or daughter is one of the 7.7 million in the U.S. who play on a high school team, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations, or if they dream of doing so when older, support their athletic focus and competitive spirit by hosting one of these fun fall get-togethers, and keep intelligent sports tech products in mind.

Sports Trivia Contest

Every young at...

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Sierra Leone Craig Bellamy Foundation Performance Analytics Powered By Performa Sports

The Craig Bellamy Foundation operates Sierra Leone's only professional football academy, on a non-profit basis, providing financial assistant to children in need.

The Craig Bellamy Foundation operates Sierra Leone’s only professional football academy, on a non-profit basis, providing financial assistant to children in need.

Sierra Leone Craig Bellamy Foundation Performance Analytics Powered By Performa Sports

Tom Legg, Head of Performance Analysis at the Craig Bellamy Foundation (CBF) in Sierra Leone, Africa, spoke to the Sports Techie community blog from the UK via Skype about their sports analytic operations and player development program that are further along than other African Nation because of their partnership with Performa Sports, and use of their real-time analysis iPad application. We discussed the Foundation’s Charitable Football Academy‘s innovative structures, coaches, player development and player communication...

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D3O Granted PEO Soldier Funding For Shock Absorbing Helmet System Testing

D3O awarded funding from PEO Soldier to test Shock Absorbing Helmet System.

D3O awarded funding from PEO Soldier to test Shock Absorbing Helmet System.

D3O Granted PEO Soldier Funding For Shock Absorbing Helmet System Testing

The news out of Brighton, UK, that D3O, the British smart material pioneers, was granted capitol by Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier – the US Army’s acquisition agency, to test evaluate their prototype shock absorbing helmet system solutions that will fundamentally change impact protection, is sports tech related history. It is our Sports Techie community blog privilege to share another exciting sports technology inspired ground-breaking story about D30 with our readers based all over the world...

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Drones In Sports Are Evolving Into A Low-Cost Competitive Advantage

Arch Aerial Skill Positions Training

Arch Aerial Skill Positions Training

Drones In Sports Are Evolving Into A Low-Cost Competitive Advantage

Drones in sport are a global trend the Sports Techie community blog is excited to cover with our investigation into this sports technology product pioneered by Arch Aerial, LLC. Kelly McClinton, Arch Aerial, Digital Marketing Manager, reached out via our Twitter handle and shared information about their company, drone tech in sport and new FAA regulations, in addition to letting our readers know about a featured segment airing this Sunday on a major TV network.

Arch Aerial base drone package starts at $895 and goes up to $4,200 depending on what is included.

Arch Aerial base drone package starts at $895 and goes up to $4,200 depending on what is included.

Drone in Sports
Kelly divulged that ESPN’s “Outside The Lines” show will broadcast their drone segment that focuses on the applica...

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Get the Education You Need to Succeed in the World of Sports

Get the Education You Need to Succeed in the World of Sports - Sports Techie blog

Get the Education You Need to Succeed in the World of Sports – Sports Techie blog

Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald knows that he will eventually have to retire from the NFL. To improve his chances of having a successful career after pro sports, the wide receiver has enrolled in online classes at the University of Phoenix. Motivated by a promise he made to his mother, Fitzgerald chose to pursue his bachelor’s degree at the University of Phoenix because of its flexibility and learning format. However, online learning isn’t just for athletes who need a second act. It is also a great stepping stone for sports lovers who want to become agents, team managers, or hold other jobs in the sport industry.

Sports Management

A sports management degree opens many doors in the sports arena, an...

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Houston Dynamo Lead MLS adoption Of Performa Sports Player Development Solutions

Houston Dynamo Lead MLS adoption Of Performa Sports Player Development Solutions - Sports Techie blog

Houston Dynamo Lead MLS adoption Of Performa Sports Player Development Solutions – Sports Techie blog

The Houston Dynamo recently signed up with Performa Sports for real-time performance analysis and player development support, the first North American MLS franchise to do so. Joe Turley, Director of Marketing & Communications, Performa Sports, was en route to a video analysis session with an Irish League football club outside Dublin, Ireland when he responded to the Sports Techie community blog Q&A about the historical news that a respected U.S. Major League Soccer Club has agreed to use their game-changing sports tech tools. Their extended analytics, reporting, collaboration and storage software was designed for MLS football analysts, coaches and players to gain a competitive edge in spo...

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Our second Every Step of the Way influencer program Sports Techie community blog is about the Olympic sport of Nordic Combined and Team USA athlete Billy Demong’s work with Citi to help future generations. U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Demong has teamed up with Team for Tomorrow to help spread the Olympic value of respect, excellence and friendship through inspirational talks and volunteering at community organizations.

See: http://citi.us/1ek5E7S

Why Choose Billy?

I was all set to do some blogging about the U.S. ski team and Ted Ligety’s program for urban kids when through the power of social media, the former U.S. flag bearer for the Closing Ceremony of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games retweeted one of my Sochi 2014 Sports Techie tweets in support of EveryStep.

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Get Your Sports Tech Rolling At Connecting Business and Sports Services Event in Beijing, China

Get Your Sports Tech Rolling At Connecting Business and Sports Services Event 2014 in Beijing, China

Get Your Sports Tech Rolling At Connecting Business and Sports Services Event 2014 in Beijing, China

From 28 May through 1 June, 2014 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing, the China Sports Industry International (CSII) is hosting an event that has wide-ranging sports, business and cultural entrepreneurial opportunities. If you have an idea or business that can impact the Sports Techie community and beyond, the CIFTIS-Sports, Republic of China government-led non-profit event, is a one-of-a-kind chance to speak directly with worldwide sportsbiz visionaries and decision-makers who can assist with making your sports tech concept have wings. The Sports Techie community blog sends our virtual gratitude to Nathalie Zhang, Senior Project Manager, for sharing event information about t...

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