Rare underwater find for NIWA photographer

Rare underwater find for NIWA photographer

NIWA’s Crispin Middleton, an accomplished underwater photographer, was swimming last November in the Poor Knights Marine Reserve when he spotted a football octopus inside a salp.2020 Special Award Winner - Crispin Middleton for 'Football octopus catches a ride inside a salp'.

European Football Clubs Are Turning to AI for an Assist

European Football Clubs Are Turning to AI for an Assist

But even if the Moneyball ethos has now penetrated major football clubs, and a handful of tech-savvy data-crunching firms have emerged, Jager says that there is still ample room for improvement.“Most of the top groups have dedicated teams, they have data scientists.

Games Without Fans Could Help Level the Playing Field

Games Without Fans Could Help Level the Playing Field

“In games in which both teams are equally familiar with the stadium (they share it) there is no home advantage,” he says.

Three Simple Tests Might Help Prevent Athletes' Injuries

Three Simple Tests Might Help Prevent Athletes' Injuries

The Redskins test players each week with the Sparta Science force plate and software program, according to head strength and conditioning coach Chad Englehart.

Why the NFL's Field Goal Record Is Waiting to Be Smashed

Why the NFL's Field Goal Record Is Waiting to Be Smashed

Based on his data, Pfeifer says that a record-breaking 70-yard field goal kicked at sea level, with no wind, would require a foot speed of around 49 miles per hour delivered right to the ball’s sweet spot, while an 80-yarder would take a foot speed of about 56 mph.

The Future of Super Bowl Ads Doesn’t Include TV—or Football

The Future of Super Bowl Ads Doesn’t Include TV—or Football

The Future of Super Bowl Ads Doesn’t Include TV—or Football From press-generating live musicals to viral tweets, brands are figuring out that they can get a lot more than 30 seconds for their money. It’s called Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical .

How to Deconstruct a Football Tackle With Physics

How to Deconstruct a Football Tackle With Physics

This says that the total force on an object (or football player) is equal to the rate of change of momentum. I can find that Thompson force by looking at his change in momentum in that same time interval.