An integrated analytics platform combining high quality measurement with simple, technical analysis for swimmers and triathletes.
So pleased to see the new website and Pre-order sales now open for the Nova Device
“I love working with the team at Incus Performance. I met Chris Ruddock for the first time about 3 years ago, in one of those you must have a coffee with this student moments. As soon as I saw the technical abilities and the vision I was sold. I just wish I could swim well enough now.
Really pleased to be able to offer colleagues working in the sport, leisure, fitness and physical activity sector the chance to find out about some incredible products and services all under one roof, in one day. Buyers meet Suppliers Our suppliers have products and services which could help you to develop new income streams, retail products for your customers, improve training, up-skill staff and find out about the latest wearable tech or support to make better use of your data. Attendance is free and space are limited.
All the details are here: https://lnkd.in/dxbeX53
“We are delighted to invite you to Groop’s Annual Conference, which is taking place at Baden Powell House in London, on 21st November 2019.”
Our conference will explore the culture of volunteering in the UK, and how we can create change within the system.
We want to help organisations who work with volunteers to ensure they keep up with modern lifestyles and benefit from technological developments.
Hosted by Andy Reed, OBE, Director at Saje Impact & Founder of The Sports Think Tank, we have an impressive line-up of expert speakers from a broad range of backgrounds.
We’ll be welcoming DCMS, Scouts, Royal Voluntary Service, Sported, and Essex Local Authority, to explore the culture of volunteering in the UK.
As a small business we try our best to look after the health and well-being of our team. After all that’s what we help others achieve. So as the Summer Holiday comes around for 2019 we have decided to really mean it when we say We are Out of Office.
See you all in Early August.
A new exciting campaign from Activity Alliance is calling time on negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport and asks – who says?
For far too long disabled people have faced misconceptions and presumptions on what is and isn’t possible, including in sport. Leading national charity, Activity Alliance, wants to move the conversations on, open people’s minds and shift out-dated views on disability. Who says? gives positive evidence that replaces these negative ideas.
Launched on 15 July, who says? was created in response to the charity’s recent research, which explored non-disabled people’s attitudes on inclusive activity. The findings show a lack of understanding could be causing long-lasting barriers for disabled people, leading to inactivity. For the least active audience in our country, people’s attitudes can make or break activity experiences.
Whether to develop talent or pursue an active lifestyle, the National Junior Athletics Championships is about fun and friendship, as much as it is about competition. For the first time in its history, Moorways Athletics Stadium in Derby hosted the event, where more than 200 young hopefuls took part over the weekend (6-7 July 2019).
Sajeimpact are delighted to be working with Activity Alliance on raising the profile of the work they do with decision makers and the Junior Athletics was an ideal opportunity to showcase the event to local VIPs.
Director Andy Reed OBE joined forces with local politicians and private sector representatives this week to call for investment in the Midlands Rail infrastructure to help develop the local economy.
As Vice Chair of the LLEP Andy joined a Ministerial visit to Market Harborough to see the investment that has taken place to straighten the line and I provide line speed. he then joined the Minister at Leicester City Hall for a Round Table to convince the Rail Minister to back the calls for investment.
”The concept and planning for the Midlands Connect Rail Hub is vital for the future of the Region and Leicestershire. The £2bn we are seeking will unlock great potential for better routes East and West for the Midlands.
further details on the plans can be found