Technology and sport have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship over the last 60+ years. Ever since the Yankee Stadium in New York unveiled the first electronic scoreboard in 1959, technology companies have been enhancing both our experience and engagement with sport.
Indeed, moving forward through the years, the Wilson T2000 harnessed the power of chrome tubular steel to create a lightweight tennis racket that transformed the speed of tennis in 1960. Beyond the world of tennis, cyclist Chris Boardman was able to break untold records when you rode the Lotus 108. Thanks to its unique design and monocoque frame, Boardman’s bike changed the face of professional cycling for good back in the nineties.Read More about Top Tech to Get the Most Out of Sport