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Olympic and Paralympic legacy in danger of being lost due to government ... - Telegraph.co.uk

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Olympic and Paralympic legacy in danger of being lost due to government ...Telegraph.co.ukUnless those at the coal face are listened to, the legacy from London 2012 could end up fading fast.
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Weekly Sports Analytics News Roundup - September 19th, 2017 - StatSheetStuffer

Football: Football Perspective notes that Even Bruce Arians Can’t Keep Beating the Spread. Football Perspective on whether Should You Pass With 6 Seconds Left
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Sydney Sports Analytics Meetup

Evening with STATS -- Sports Data and Sports Technology (Sydney)

Thursday, Feb 8, 2018, 6:15 PM

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23 Sports Analysts Attending

A special evening with STATS -- one of the the world's leading sports data and technology company. www.stats.com

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Seven rules for spinning analytics straw into golden results | McKinsey & Company

Turning insights into outcomes requires more than just the right technology...

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ChyronHego’s TRACAB™ Delivers Player-Tracking Component for Microsoft Sports Performance Platform

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS (PRWEB) September 15, 2017 -- ChyronHego today announced that its TRACAB™ image-based tracking system has been chosen as one of the
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Processing Players’ Data Fairly and Legally - Sports Analytics and Big Data Under the GDPR 

Processing Players’ Data Fairly and Legally - Sports Analytics and Big Data Under the GDPR  | lIASIng | Scoop.it
From analytics to big data to wearable tech, technology’s impact on the world of sport has grown exponentially. The legal implications for sport clubs, organisations, and the athletes themselves have never been more significant, nor as difficult to parse and navigate.
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Performance Analyst (Girls & Women’s, Medical & Global)

Performance Analyst (Girls & Women’s, Medical & Global) | lIASIng | Scoop.it

Performance Analyst (Girls & Women’s, Medical & Global) 

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Intramuscular tendon involvement on MRI has limited value for predicting time to return to play following acute hamstring injury

Intramuscular tendon involvement on MRI has limited value for predicting time to return to play following acute hamstring injury | lIASIng | Scoop.it
Background Hamstring injury with intramuscular tendon involvement is regarded as a serious injury with a delay in return to play (RTP) of more than 50 days and reinjury rates up to 63%. However, this reputation is based on retrospective case series with high risk of bias.

Objective Determine whether intramuscular tendon involvement is associated with delayed RTP and elevated rates of reinjury.

Methods MRI of male athletes with an acute hamstring injury was obtained within 5 days of injury. Evaluation included standardised MRI scoring and scoring of intramuscular tendon involvement. Time to RTP and reinjury rate were prospectively recorded.

Results Out of 70 included participants, intramuscular tendon disruption was present in 29 (41.4%) injuries. Injuries without intramuscular tendon disruption had a mean time to RTP of 22.2±7.4 days. Injuries with <50%, 50%–99% and 100% disruption of tendon cross-sectional area had a mean time to RTP of 24.0±9.7, 25.3±8.6 and 31.6±10.9 days, respectively. Injuries with full-thickness disruption took longer to RTP compared with injuries without disruption (p=0.025). Longitudinal intramuscular tendon disruption was not significantly associated with time to RTP. Waviness was present in 17 (24.3%) injuries. Mean time to RTP for injuries without and with waviness was 22.6±7.5 and 30.2±10.8 days (p=0.014). There were 11 (15.7%) reinjuries within 12 months, five (17.2%) in the group with intramuscular tendon disruption and six (14.6%) in the group without intramuscular tendon disruption.

Conclusion Time to RTP for injuries with full-thickness disruption of the intramuscular tendon and waviness is significantly longer (by slightly more than 1 week) compared with injuries without intramuscular tendon involvement. However, due to the considerable overlap in time to RTP between groups with and without intramuscular tendon involvement, its clinical significance for the individual athlete is limited.
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Real-time Muscle data analytics in Professional Sports

Sample video submission for Strata Data Conference '18
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Talent Plan » Sport New Zealand

Talent Plan » Sport New Zealand | lIASIng | Scoop.it

Talent Plan Sport New Zealand, in collaboration with partners, has developed a Talent Plan 2016-2020.  A snapshot of our approach, including case studies ...

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Four Reasons You Should Attend SportsTech NYC – Front Office Sports

Four Reasons You Should Attend SportsTech NYC – Front Office Sports | lIASIng | Scoop.it

SportsTech NYC  Oct. 17–18

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An Explanation of Cowboys Graphics

An Explanation of Cowboys Graphics | lIASIng | Scoop.it

A recap of the game with an analytic visualization.

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The War on Basketball Analytics 

The War on Basketball Analytics  | lIASIng | Scoop.it
There I said it. Crazy ain’t it? That somebody would love something that can be seen simply as someone throwing a spherical object into another. The aesthetics, the beauty of the game, offers…
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Sporting CP, Bas Dost and sustainability: An analytical look

Sporting CP, Bas Dost and sustainability: An analytical look | lIASIng | Scoop.it
Sporting endured a disappointing league campaign last season after failing to build on the promise of Jorge Jesus’ first year in charge. It was a summer of change after losing star midfielder João M…
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Effect of New Zealand Blackcurrant Extract on Performance during the Running Based Anaerobic Sprint Test in Trained Youth and Recreationally Active Male Football Players

Effect of New Zealand Blackcurrant Extract on Performance during the Running Based Anaerobic Sprint Test in Trained Youth and Recreationally Active Male Football Players | lIASIng | Scoop.it
It was observed previously that New Zealand blackcurrant (NZBC) extract reduced slowing of the maximal 15 m sprint speed during the Loughborough Intermittent Shuttle Test. We examined the effect of NZBC extract on the performance of the Running Based Anaerobic Sprint Test (RAST, 6 × 35-m sprints with 10 seconds passive recovery) in trained youth and recreationally active football players. Fifteen recreationally active (University team) (age: 20 ± 1 years, height: 174 ± 19 cm, body mass: 80 ± 13 kg) and nine trained youth players (English professional club) (age: 17 ± 0 years, height: 178 ± 8 cm, body mass: 69 ± 9 kg, mean ± SD) participated in three testing sessions. Prior to the RASTs, participants consumed two capsules of NZBC extract (600 mg∙day−1 CurraNZ®) or placebo (P) for 7 days (double blind, randomised, cross-over design, wash-out at least 14 days). Ability difference between groups was shown by sprint 1 time. In the placebo condition, trained youth players had faster times for sprint 1 (5.00 ± 0.05 s) than recreationally active players (5.42 ± 0.08 s) (p &lt; 0.01). In trained youth players, there was a trend for an effect of NZBC extract (p = 0.10) on the slowing of the sprint 1 time. NZBC extract reduced slowing of the sprint 5 time (P: 0.56 ± 0.22 s; NZBC: 0.35 ± 0.25, p = 0.02) and this was not observed in recreationally active players (P: 0.57 ± 0.48 s; NZBC: 0.56 ± 0.33, p = 0.90). For fatigue index, expressed as a % change in fastest sprint time, there was a strong trend to be lower in both trained youth and recreationally active players combined by NZBC extract (P: −13 ± 7%; NZBC: −11 ± 6%, p = 0.06) with 12 participants (five trained youth) experiencing less fatigue. New Zealand blackcurrant extract seems to benefit repeated sprint performance only in trained football players.
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Effects of a 12 Week SAQ Training Programme on Agility with and without the Ball among Young Soccer Players

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Caffeine Increases Work Done above Critical Power, but not Anaerobic Work.

Caffeine Increases Work Done above Critical Power, but not Anaerobic Work. | lIASIng | Scoop.it
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2017 Aug 21. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000001408. [Epub ahead of print]
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Putting Muscle into Sports Analytics: Strength, Conditioning, and Ice Hockey Performance.

Putting Muscle into Sports Analytics: Strength, Conditioning, and Ice Hockey Performance. | lIASIng | Scoop.it
J Strength Cond Res. 2017 Aug 26. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000002211. [Epub ahead of print]
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Sports analytics on the rise ...

Sports analytics on the rise ... | lIASIng | Scoop.it
The most advanced Australian league is the AFL but ring fencing of its data has held back valuable work that could have furthered understanding of the game
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Inaugural Faculty Fellows Named for Samford’s Center for Sports Analytics

Inaugural Faculty Fellows Named for Samford’s Center for Sports Analytics | lIASIng | Scoop.it
Three Samford University faculty members have been selected as the inaugural fellows for the new Center for Sports Analytics
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Euroleague Basketball brings STATS SportVU advanced player tracking to the Final Four

Euroleague Basketball brings STATS SportVU advanced player tracking to the Final Four | lIASIng | Scoop.it
Euroleague Basketball will introduce advanced player tracking to Europe’s premier basketball competition by bringing the STATS SportVU optical tracking system to the 2017 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Final Four in Istanbul, Turkey. STATS SportV
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Sydney Sports Analytics Meetup

SportTech- State of Originality

Wednesday, Oct 4, 2017, 6:00 PM

Location details are available to members only.

1 Sports Analysts Attending

We are happy to be teaming up with the North Sydney Innovation Network for the next event " Sporttech - State of Originality".  The event will feature Steve Roknic who is the General Manager of the Sydney Sports Incubator. Steve is an experienced and mature business professional with a history of strong achievements. His strengths are across a broa...

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We are happy to be teaming up with the North Sydney Innovation Network for the next event " Sporttech - State of Originality".  The event will feature Stev
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From Rory to Real Time Analytics & Virtual Reality: Northern Irish Sport Exports Make A Global Impact

From Rory to Real Time Analytics & Virtual Reality: Northern Irish Sport Exports Make A Global Impact | lIASIng | Scoop.it
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