Numbers are taking over the world of professional sport, as data on the speed, acceleration and biometrics of athletes becomes increasingly important to coaches and managers. And when they need this type of info, they turn to Richard Snow and the tech behind his company VX Sport.
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As Michael Lewis’ book Moneyball shows, the clever use of data and technology can mean the difference between winning and losing in sport and, with massive broadcasting rights being signed here and around the world and a range of brands hitching their wagons to professional athletes, there’s plenty at stake. And VX Sport, a Kiwi tech company, is quietly revolutionising the way sport is played—and, maybe, how it’s watched.