While golf is considered a modern game, it has a rich heritage with players working on perfecting the art of the golf swing back as far as the 15th century, and in some cases further depending on who you’re talking to.
With over 1 billion fans worldwide, tennis is one sport where being the best in the business grants you an unprecedented celebrity status around the world. It’s also one of the most competitive sports in the world and one where skill and athletic prowess go hand in hand.
When competing at a top level, strength and conditioning can often be the difference between victory or defeat. In fact, stats show that athletes who adopt an exercise prescription of strength training and aerobic conditioning have a higher degree of injury prevention and generally thrive within their chosen performance sports.
With the Skiing season now upon us, we’re so excited to show you SIVA, the latest in intelligent video analysis.
We all know how important video analysis is as a way to review performance and perfect technique, however up until now conventional video analysis has been a fairly manual exercise, with the need to hand draw your annotations frame by frame.
The Rugby World Cup is in full swing with the semifinals just over a week away. These clashes between Titans have been a spectacular thing to watch, with teams from all over the world competing for the glory of becoming the winner of the 2019 rugby World Cup. While it’s safe to say conditions haven’t been optimal for rugby, we’ve seen some spectacular plays, great sportsmanship and some of the best rugby played in the world.
At Sprongo, we have been consistently trying to provide instant video analysis. Our efforts have always been towards bringing analysis to the cloud. We know how much video tracking and the analysis it allows is a gamechanger for many athletes, coaches, and sportspeople. But we also know how time-consuming it can be to have to annotate each body position, compare side by side, and then try to make the analysis to find improvement. We knew that our users needed more. Welcome to the future of sports analytics.