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The Caddio app is a first to market, caddie like user experience that uses crowdsourcing technology to assist golfers lower scores by providing local details about golf courses.

The Caddio app is a first to market, caddie like user experience that uses crowdsourcing technology to assist golfers lower scores by providing local details about golf courses.

Crowdsourced Caddies and the Sports Tech Future of Golf

Has golf peaked or is sports tech to the rescue of a fun and rewarding sport that requires patience, passion and a skill set unlike any other sport that takes on average 4.5 hour to complete the golfer experience. Tiger Woods is back chasing the 18 professional majors won by Jack Nicklaus, tablet tech is showing up on courses, and the First Tee is shining a light to help American kids understand how golf and life are seamless opportunities to “rise up” as they say here in Atlanta.

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Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers Return For New and Old Tennis Shoe Fans

The always popular Stan Smith sneakers, one of adidas’ all time classics is back and better than ever. The Sports Techie community blog is helping these legendary shoes FLY off the virtual shelves as an affiliate through the 2014 French Open to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. You can enjoy Stan Smith at adidas with Free Shipping by using the link to purchase your classy tennis shoes. Established in 1973, the classic shoes and Stan Smith Collection line continue impressing new and old generations of Sports Techie global readers and historical sneaker lovers.

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The Masters Social Media Players, Sponsorship Campaigns And Topics Leaderboard

The Masters Social Media Players, Sponsorship Campaigns And Topics Leaderboard - Sports Techie blog

The Masters Social Media Players, Sponsorship Campaigns And Topics Leaderboard – Sports Techie blog

The 2014 PGA Tour Majors began this past weekend with 80-year old epic golf event,  The Masters. The fan experience at Augusta National has been evolving to keep up with the pace of our mobile society while retaining decade old traditions like the main scoreboard. Social media channels are the foremost way for a fan to engage with athletes, sponsors, and tournament events. Sprinklr’s Listening Insights calculated the most popular in the social world among golf players, sponsorship campaigns, and topics. The Masters Big Data analysis was shared by Sprinklr with the Sports Techie community blog for our reader’s pleasure.

The Masters social mentions count

The Masters social mentions count

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MLB PrePlay Enhances Second Screen, Fan Experience And Sponsor ROI

PrePlay is a small, independent game studio in New York that produces sports prediction mobile games such as MLB PrePlay

PrePlay is a small, independent game studio in New York that produces sports prediction mobile games such as MLB PrePlay

The sports technology suite of PrePlay free apps allows you and your Sports Techie friends to predict every play of every game and earn currency while watching live sport broadcasts. MLB PrePlay is off to its second year and is the official Major League Baseball prediction game. The New York startup had 25 million predictions in 2013 and is anticipating a whopping 100 million in 2014...

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Post Sochi: The Technology Behind the World’s Largest Sporting Event via iQ by Intel

Post-Sochi: The Technology Behind the World’s Largest Sporting Event via iQ by Intel

Post-Sochi: The Technology Behind the World’s Largest Sporting Event via iQ by Intel

The sports technology integrated into the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Russia was mind blowing as was the over $50 billion International event price tag. I was privileged to once again write for iQ by Intel about a trending topic wrapped in sports tech for the Sports Techie community blog.

Sports + Tech

By Robert Roble, iQ Contributor & Editor at SportsTechie

Russia spent over $50 billion on the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics making it the most expensive Olympic Games of all-time...

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Spartan Up ! A New Life Strategy Book Written By Joe De Sena, Spartan Race Founder

Spartan Up ! A New Life Strategy Book Written By Joe De Sena, Spartan Race Founder

Spartan Up ! A New Life Strategy Book Written By Joe De Sena, Spartan Race Founder

It was my pleasure to review the advanced synopsis of the new book, Spartan Up ! Written by Joe De Sena, founder of Spartan Race, this life strategy book and e-book is releasing on May 17th. Spartan UP is a take-no-prisoners guide to overcoming obstacles and achieving peak performance in life. Our exclusive Q&A with Joe about his book is shared in this blog further below. “The book is awesome and it lit a new fire so hopefully it does the same for you,” said Joe. The Sports Techie community blog loves covering the Reebok SpartanRace trail race that is part mud run, obstacle race and adventure race for our readers, fans and followers.

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U.S. Olympic Sochi Alpine Ski Gold Medalist Ted Ligety is teaming up with Youth Enrichment Services Operation Snowsports to help pay for urban youth to get outdoors where they’ll learn how to ski and snowboard and, in turn, build self-confidence and gain invaluable life skills. At the XXII Winter Olympics hosted by Sochi, Russia, Ted skied low and produced near 90-degree angle turns that helped him win a gold medal in the men’s giant slalom, the first American to win this event twice. Team USA is racing on NBC Sports Network today and Ted will attempt to win more medals for Team USA in the slalom event...

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