How new technology is changing sport

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Bond University has developed a close working relationship with elite programs in swimming, triathlon, sprint canoeing, BMX cycling and Australian Rules Football in a bid to uncover sport’s winning edge.

Sports scientists around the globe have long been consumed with finding the magic ingredient which differentiates good athletes from great athletes while avoiding injury under the strain of competition and training.

Associate Professor Justin Keogh, from Exercise and Sport Science at Bond University, said scientists are constantly looking for ways to improve performance without the risk of injury.

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A collaborative Gold Coast effort involving elite athletes, coaches and research scientists, using cutting edge technology, is providing Australian sport with an advantage over the rest of the world.

Period31 Mar 2017

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  • TitleHow new technology is changing sport
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletWe are GoldCoast
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date31/03/17
    DescriptionA collaborative Gold Coast effort involving elite athletes, coaches and research scientists, using cutting edge technology, is providing Australian sport with an advantage over the rest of the world.
    Bond University has developed a close working relationship with elite programs in swimming, triathlon, sprint canoeing, BMX cycling and Australian Rules Football in a bid to uncover sport’s winning edge.

    Sports scientists around the globe have long been consumed with finding the magic ingredient which differentiates good athletes from great athletes while avoiding injury under the strain of competition and training.

    Associate Professor Justin Keogh, from Exercise and Sport Science at Bond University, said scientists are constantly looking for ways to improve performance without the risk of injury.
    PersonsJustin Keogh