The biggest basketball startup competition in the world is inviting entries now. With the aim of offering fans the best experience possible, the FanXP Innovation Challenge – staged in collaboration with N3XT Sports – challenges the latest generation of tech startups to join the sports fan revolution with creative and unique ideas.
Banco Santander and the Global Sports Innovation Center (GSIC) by Microsoft have teamed up to launch an innovation challenge, which aims to find technological solutions to make football better for everyone, with fairness, accessibility and sustainability at its heart. 2041 is a look into the future, imagining how football should look like in 20 years from now.
This year’s annual International Federations/Venues/ Host Cities Summit, organised by Major Events International (MEI), will be held on 21 and 22 April under the theme of “time to innovate”. A range of interactive workshops and other sessions will focus on broadcast and digital, esports, International Federations and Associations, Host Cities, new Olympic sports and venues.
Nothing captures the emotion of sports like photography! Are you a professional or semi-professional sport photographer or a specialist sports photographic agency? Then you still have until 16 March to submit for free your entries for this year’s World Sports Photography Awards.
The International University Sports Federation (FISU) will organise its World Conference on Innovation, Education and Sport on 13 and 14 December 2021, during the Lucerne 2021 Winter Universiade.
This week, Advanced Sport Instruments SA (ASI), a Swiss-based company developing performance tracking solutions, launched its new product “AdMosLive”, which is designed to automate the collection of performance tracking data.
Interested in smart coaching? Force8.coach is a cloud-based athlete and team management system that enables clubs and associations to configure their own individual platform from various modules according to their own needs, structures and characteristics.
The young Geneva-based company Timeon is launching a smart watch specially designed for regatta sailors, kite surfers and other water sports enthusiasts. The innovative product is the brainchild of Rémi Aeschimann, a 28-year-old professional sailor (Realteam) and entrepreneur from Geneva.
UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, has launched two new publications on quality physical education, aimed at accelerating COVID recovery efforts at national level and building a “new normal”, founded on inclusion and resilience: (...)