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World Record Analysis 100m Freestyle Past and Future

The history of 100m Freestyle World Record Swimming goes back to 1905 with Zoltan Halmay recording a time of 1:05.8.  The woman records started in 1908 with Martha Gerstung recording a time of 1:35.0. It is now 2014 and the chart … Continue reading

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Ecosystem overview

The goal of the OpenSportProject provide a range of connecting platform services, hardware to software to data that will allow the individual to quantify self their sporting world. An overview of the current Ecosystem being put together. And a summary of … Continue reading

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WIFI touchpads pool trial ready

Here is a picture of the WIFI touchpads stuck to a mirror via suction cups.   They are now 100% waterproof and ready for a swimming pool trial.  Attaching the touchpads to the different types of swimming pool walls around … Continue reading

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Phase 2 road map

The SwimTrainTimer is approaching half way to a full release.  Here is a summary on what the 0.5 release goals are: There are three parts to the application,  automatic time/data capture, skill & psychology.  The next phase will focus on … Continue reading

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swimming technology

A couple of cool swimming pool training and visualisation technologies have been brought to my attention lately: Pool Graphics A student has created a CSS overlay for video coverage of swimming competitions.  Entitled  Visual Lane Graphics for Swimming with CSS3 this … Continue reading

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UK Swimming Pool Tour

Been on a tour of UK swimming pools including Loughborough, Leeds, Sheffield, Edinburgh and Stirling.  Been checking out the pool ends and tile surfaces to help prepare the WIFI touchpads for as many surfaces as possible.  The BG International Swimming … Continue reading

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