Northwestern University professor John A. Rogers is collaborating with a broad collection of partners including Gatorade, the Seattle Mariners, the U.S. Air Force and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab to bring his wearable microfluidic sweat analytics system into widespread distribution.
18. 6. 2018
Running is a sport that both men and women enjoy, whether they're racing in a 5K or a marathon, or competing for a team or their country while speeding around a track. But no matter the venue, it's pretty common to see men clock faster times than women do.
A study from researchers at Indiana University in the journal NeuroImage: Clinical has found differences in the brains of athletes who participate in contact sports compared to those who participate in noncontact sports.
Have you ever wondered how top goal keepers such as Manuel Neuer or Gianluigi Buffon decide which corner to dive to in a penalty kick situation? You are in good company. Ever since the first penalty kicks were introduced to soccer in 1891, experts, coaches and supporters have puzzled over the question of why some goalkeepers are better at stopping penalties than others. A new review of the available literature now proves that simply learning which corner to dive to is not enough. It is important that goalkeepers also perfectly calculate their dive to get to the corner at the right time. The study was led by John van der Kamp of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands and is published as part of a special issue in Springer's German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research.
Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Wednesday slammed the Argentina national football team over the cancellation of a planned friendly against Israel in Jerusalem, calling it a surrender to hate.
Gerard Gallant's message sounded a lot like his words from about eight months ago, before the Vegas Golden Knights played their first game.
"The pressure is off us now," the coach said on a conference call Tuesday. "We're going to go out and play and work hard and go have some fun. So we'll see what happens."
For the first time, the Golden Knights are on the brink of losing a Stanley Cup Playoff series after a 6-2 loss to the Washington Capitals in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at Capital One Arena on Monday.
Worldsoccer.com put together a list of players who will be absent from the World Cup after failing to qualify.