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Space age gadgets helping Sea Eagles soar

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by DUFFMAN, Aug 20, 2009.


    DUFFMAN Well-Known Member

    +569 /8
    The use of GPS satellite monitoring isn't new to rugby league, not least the Sea Eagles, who have been at the vanguard of revolutionary technology in the NRL since 2005. But this season, there are two major advancements that have coaches and their support staff salivating.

    The NRL gave the green light for players to wear GPS units in matches - and therefore providing real-time statistics during a match.

    Yet Manly's high-performance unit has taken things further. GPSports, the Australian company that introduced the technology to the sporting world, has installed a system at the club's Narrabeen training base that gathers reams of important data from various locations.

    Full story here
  2. Stillman

    Stillman Active Member

    +8 /0
    Sh!t I hope Brett wasn't wearing the GPS system the night of his alleged assault.
  3. nita

    nita Member

    +2 /0
  4. CliffyIsGod

    CliffyIsGod Well-Known Member

    +109 /2
    If this is the same GPS that said Rose was running at 52 km/h, then they need a refund.
  5. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    I thought he was after the pie cart.
  6. Fro

    Fro Well-Known Member

    +301 /0
    Brookvale Maccas is just over the road and they were closing early.

    (and yes pedants I know it wasnt at home)

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