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  • Drone Racing Takes Off

    by Jordan Graham April 2016

    Whirring engines, hairpin turns and the occasional crash - but today, instead of top performance cars with millions of - dollars of research behind - them, it's tiny drones crossing the finish line.

  • Eye-Tracking Device May Help Concussion Diagnoses

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    As concerns about concussions and head injuries continue to dominate the discussion when it comes to sports at all levels, businesses are flocking to find ways to prevent, treat and diagnose the condition in hopes of improving outcomes.

  • New Sport Comes to Sun Life Stadium

    by Emily Attwood February 2016

    As athletic organizations advance policies to keep drones away from their venues, Miami's Sun Life Stadium recently opened its gates and welcomed in a pack of the unmanned aerial devices and their operators for a new sporting event--drone races.

  • Sponsored Video: Technogym SKILLMILL

    by AB Editors February 2016

    This sponsored content was paid for by Technogym. What is sponsored content?

    The result of Technogym’s 20-year experience as official fitness equipment supplier to the Olympics, SKILLMILL™, is the first machine to allow everyday athletes to improve their power, speed, stamina and agility in a single product.
     

    For fitness facility operators, the SKILLMILL™ is an ideal solution for group exercise or small circuit training applications.

  • Product Spotlight: Cardio Equipment

    by AB Editors February 2016

    These products appeared in the January/February issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Keeping Cardio Users Entertained

    by Emily Attwood February 2016

    This article appeared in the January/February issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • Will a Crumpling Helmet Make Football Safer?

    by Jason Scott January 2016

    As concerns about concussions continue to grow, especially around football, companies and policy makers have been looking for ways to make the game safer.

  • How Fitness Technology Is Helping Facilities Create Better Communities

    by AB Editors December 2015

    This sponsored content is brought to you by Technogym. What is sponsored content?

    Connected cloud-based fitness equipment is a win-win for exercisers and facilities alike. Cloud-connected equipment uses individual data to offer unique challenges to exercisers, allowing them to compete with themselves, among each other, or even with other facilities across the globe. These challenges keep users engaged, and encourage them to become active members of the facility community. Athletic Business has more in the video and story below:

  • ABC 2015: Trade Show Spotlight

    by AB Editors November 2015

    In this video update Athletic Business takes a look at one of many new exhibitors at the 2015 Athletic Business Conference & Expo. Curtis Smith shows off his startup company, Handle Fitness, and explains why he chose ABC to launch his product.

  • Sponsored Video: How to Make a Daktronics Video Board a Reality for Your High School

    by AB Staff August 2015

    This sponsored content was paid for by Daktronics. What is sponsored content?

    Thanks to Daktronics, video technology once reserved for the biggest and best professional venues is now possible at high schools everywhere. In this exclusive video, AB brings viewers on an all-access look at Daktronics headquarters in Brookings, South Dakota and shows how the company is bringing the professional game day experience to the prep level.

    You'll learn how high schools are implementing video boards into their athletic events and academic curriculum, benefiting students beyond the playing field. Plus, see how Daktronics can help schools of all sizes (and budgets) afford a video board.