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The Impact of Technology on The Future of Winter Sports, in times of COVID

A new independent Delphi study of 53 winter sports experts*, entitled ‘The Impact of Technology on The Future of Winter Sports, in times of COVID’, commissioned by Mastercard, and led by Prof. Dr. Sascha L. Schmidt from WHU Centre for Sports and management has found that COVID-19 is set to accelerate the winter sports industry into a technological revolution by 2025.

Data has highlighted that globally, digitalisation has been catapulted forwards with 5-years’ worth of adoption happening within an eight-week period. This is being reflected within the winter sports industry, as experts predict that COVID-19 will accelerate digital growth.

The change in tactics for the industry is surprising as historically, technology and skiing have had a tumultuous relationship as people look to the slopes for a ‘closer to nature’ experience. By 2025, however, experts predict that the pandemic will have a major impact on three key areas of technology; training, preparation and recovery decisions for athletes (54%), general convenience for skiers including holidaymakers (56%) and optimisation of ski lift technology to minimize the spread of viruses (41%) 

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Global Transfer Market Report 2020

FIFA has today published the 2020 edition of the FIFA Global Transfer Market Report, which charts the transfers of professional men’s and women’s players.

For the first time, the report also includes the transfers of amateur footballers worldwide. Thanks to changes to the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTP) and enhancements to the Transfer Matching System (TMS), since July 2020 FIFA has also been able to process and facilitate transfers of amateurs in TMS. During the first six months of implementation, some 17,382 amateur players switched clubs.

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