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New Exclusive Service For Skiers

Sprongo has just added 6 winning World Cup race runs for the current season! Access is exclusively for our PRO users. If you have a PRO account, sign in and check out these great athletes showing how it’s done. Use our features to comment and highlight key moments in each of the runs and share with your team!

You can even use our skiing video analysis tools such as slow motion, side by side and overlaid comparison tools to check out how your form compares with the world’s best. So, get started now!

If you don’t have a pro account, Sign Up or Upgrade now and take advantage of our great new Sprongo service.

Great article from Ski Racing Magazine on how Sprongo empowers athletes and coaches

Video analysis is a crucial pillar of athletic training. From the time young skiers are introduced to running courses all the way up to the pinnacle of their careers, video review plays an integral part of training in the same way that tuning skis and physical conditioning do. When Sprongo was founded, it addressed a need for more innovative and flexible video analysis for athletes and coaches. The company filled a niche for an affordable video system that eliminated the need for coaches to gather an entire team in a room at once after training to watch video for hours on end as a group. Moreover, the videos are stored in the cloud so they are available anytime, anywhere for coaches and athletes. JP Daigneault at the Northwood School in New York has been using Sprongo for more than five years, and has used the tool with each new team…

Spotlight on Charlotte Workman

Adventure photographer, filmmaker, and environmentalist, Charlotte Workman has been providing us with some stunning photos from her time with Peak Leader Snow in Saas Fee and around the world! So, we decided to find out a little bit more about the woman behind the camera. Charlotte Workman grew up in the Trossachs, a national park in Scotland. There she learnt to appreciate the beauty of nature, something she later turner a photographer’s eye on in the realm of ski mountains all over. She honed this eye during her years in Edinburgh, where she studied Journalism and graduated with First Class Honours. During this time, she also travelled to Antarctica to film her first documentary. You can watch Finding Friluftsliv // a documentary here. Nowadays, she is still jetting around the world taking photos and making videos. She is able to do this by working both as the official photographer for…

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