Tuesday, July 5, 2022

BusyFormula #040: Why Monaco and Baku could end Mercedes’ hopes

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Last season, Mercedes had started looking invincible after their Barcelona masterclass. But the Monaco Grand Prix followed, triggering a string of five races where Mercedes had no win while Red Bull pulled away in the championship standings. Monaco and Baku are two races that were particularly tough as they struggled. With that in mind, it’s not far-fetched that these two races and others on similar tracks could kill Mercedes’ championship hopes. Why?
Gary Kirsten CoachED

Gary Kirsten’s exclusive online cricket coach education and accreditation programme, CoachED is live

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“The game of cricket has changed and this has impacted how we coach,” explained Kirsten, legendary South African batsman and coach of both the South African and Indian national sides.

Foodservice tech Grub Lab scores a try with latest NRL collaboration

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Grub Lab, a brand that commercially develops interactive children’s Augmented Reality (AR) packs for the foodservice industry, further tailors to the needs of the tech-savvy kids.

ASTN and Outerspace Design join forces to support sportstech start-up

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Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) and Outerspace Design announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support local sportstech. The ASTN-Outerspace Design MOU outlines a collaboration to jointly support local sportstech start-up and scale-up success, working collaboratively to enable early-stage businesses to bring their innovative technology-based product ideas for application in sport to market.

The Quiver lets surfers rent their sticks in Airbnb-like service.

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Sea’s the day with new platform that lets surfers get paid to share their boards. Tis the sea, son! Hauling your surfboard from beach to...

BusyFormula #024: Pay attention! We’re right in Lando’s Roaring ’20s

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One thing’s evident; we might need to add “x-time World Champion” as a prefix to Lando Norris’ name at some point in the next decade of Formula One racing.

PUMA CEO Bjørn Gulden and Juve’s Giorgio Chiellini talk about leadership

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PUMA CEO Bjørn Gulden and Giorgio Chiellini, who captained the Italian national football team to success at Euro2020, talked about their careers, leadership skills and the importance of having fun, in a video interview published as part of the sports company’s annual report.
BusyFormula #012: The best Formula One champion we may never get

BusyFormula #012: The best Formula One champion we may never get

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One thing I commend Ricciardo for is his ability to seize the opportunity and thrive in the midst of chaos and adversity.

BusyFormula #032: Is the Mercedes trick suspension really the silver bullet everyone seems to...

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While it is true that the Mercedes cars have a unique suspension system that gives them an advantage on the straights, you would do well to ignore the pundits suggesting that such a fancy innovation this late in the season spells doom for Red Bull.

Beetroot boosts sporting performance in athletes UniSA research study finds

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It’s the bright-red root veggie more often found in a borsht than a breakfast smoothie, but the humble beetroot could become one of the next go-to foods for athletes as UniSA research shows it can provide a competitive edge when it comes to playing sport. Evaluating the performance effects of foods thought to have benefit on aerobic performance, researchers found that beetroot, grapes, sour cherries, and pine bark extract, which contribute to nitric oxide availability in the body, boost endurance exercise performance.