Another successful MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference comes to a close, and TSZ have scribbled their five main takeaways from this year’s event.
TSZ can exclusively reveal that Manchester City head honcho Pep Guardiola is obsessed with fantasy football, so much so that it has a direct influence on his Premier League team selection.
With the January transfer deadline day looming once again, Premier League teams are spending more money than ever in desperate attempts to fight off relegation and David Moyes and West Ham are no different.
The use of video technology has long been a topic of fierce debate amongst sports fans. Here we look at its use in Rugby League, and specifically try decisions in the 2017 Super League. We'll be updating the statistics after each round of fixtures to provide a current picture.
The results of a remarkable study revealed today by top internet analysts show that the World Wide Web may be on the verge of imploding in on itself due to increasing levels of online fury from Merseyside-based football fans.
The use of video technology has long been a topic of fierce debate amongst sports fans. Here we look at its use in Rugby League, and specifically try decisions in the 2017 NRL season. We'll be updating the statistics after each round of fixtures to provide a current picture.
A ground-breaking study by world-leading performance analysts has found that the ’35-year-old’ Wimbledon champion is actually getting younger. TSZ investigates these claims.
fcbusiness speaks to Rob Esteva, the Managing Director of The Stats Zone, to discuss the growing influence and future of data and analysis in football and sport.
The use of performance-enhancing drugs (PED's) has long been an issue in MMA, despite the best efforts of the authorities to eradicate the culture of doping, but how much of a difference do they make? We analyse the records of fighters both before and after their bans.
TSZ founder Rob Esteva on the evolving landscape of the sports data industry, the challenges facing clubs and federations and what the future may hold for statistical analysis in sport.
The use of video technology has been an increasingly significant aspect of sport for a number of years now, with opinion divided on whether or not it improves the spectacle for fans. TSZ looks at the evolution of video technology, and how it's applied in various sports.
Such is the case in the current sporting climate, high levels of achievement are followed by suspicion. In the aftermath of Team GB's cycling success on the track in Rio, questions were asked of their remarkable improvements. TSZ casts it's eye over the facts.
The Tour de France is one of the most prestigious competitions in cycling and also considered one of the most demanding endurance events in sporting history, but its reputation has been shaded in recent years by doping scandals involving the performance enhancing illegal substance, EPO. TSZ looks into the extent of this use and asks - is the sport tarnished beyond repair?
With the news of a state-sponsored doping program in Russia dominating the headlines and casting a shadow over the buildup to the Olympic Games in Rio, we look at whether UK Athletics are justified in their call to reset all previous records.