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Tag Archives: Sport Tracks
This past weekend SportTracks enabled support for automatic sync with Garmin Connect. This rounds out the ‘big three’ when it comes to endurance athlete sites and Garmin Connect Auto Sync (including Training Peaks and Strava). There are of course other … Read More Here
The next few weeks are going to be rather busy in the sports technology world (remember my 2011 predictions?). There’s a ton of companies either announcing new products, major changes to existing products, or new services. While both these companies … Read More Here
I like seeing integration between hardware and software companies. It allows all of us to access our data in ways that the hardware vendor may not have originally envisioned. One of these days I’ll write up a post on the … Read More Here