Category: Sports and Athletic Infographics
In July 2013 the U.S. Government officially recognized game players as professional athletes. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
Are you looking forward to the next UEFA Champions League? Wondering what the odds are that England will take first place? Read this infographic and see if you agree with our suggestions.
The folks at Spreadex have created what they call a ‘trumpcard-o-graphic’. It contains crucial information about every team involved in a fun trump card format. This means that you can immediately get a good idea of what every team’s chances of winning are this year. As well as this, it also contains interesting facts, records [...]
Earlier this week, SmartBear published some data from a series of benchmark tests that they ran against five popular fantasy football providers. All of the data was gathered between July 21 and August 31 – less than a week before the start of the NFL season – and gave them insight into which fantasy football service has the best average response time.
The past few years, tailgating has become as competitive as the game itself. Tailgating may not require the same level of fitness and concentration as playing, but it does take some knack and know-how. ParkWhiz has teamed up with SeatGeek to develop something an infographic entitled “Parking Happiness Index” to help you get the most out of your game-day experience.
Although some male players are against having the same prizes for men and women in tennis, this latest infographic puts them face to face and tells you who the best is.
Are you one of these excited tennis fans? Tennis is full of interesting, and maybe even surprising facts. Test yourself and figure out how much you know about the sport that you love. Start building up your reputation as an “expert tennis fan” and surprise your family and friends with those little secrets about the tennis sport! Enjoy more tennis off the court with these surprising tennis facts by Do it Tennis.
It’s the final Grand Slam event of the year! This infographic makes a comparison of this years favorite players and looks at the US Open over the years.
This infographic will teach you about the twists and turns of the Mid-Ohio race course, interesting NASCAR facts and statistics, and how the upcoming Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 race will help the Nationwide Children’s Hospital reach its $3 million fundraising goal.
Bayes’ Theorem is a probability theory used to measure the degree of belief that something will happen using conditional probabilities. This theorem has been used in predicting the outcome of sporting events. Check out the infographic below to learn about how Bayes’ Theorem can predict the outcome of a baseball game.
With a small budget compared to others in Major League Baseball, the Oakland Athletic’s turned to statistical analysis to field a winning team for the 2002 season. In this infographic, learn how how big data impacted their team.
It’s easy for a sports general managers to do their job when they are sitting on a huge budget, however, that’s not always the case. Check out the infographic below to learn about sports general managers that ball on a budget.
Do you have a bike-mad friend, colleague or family member who refuses to wear a bike helmet? Bike helmets help to significantly reduce the risk or brain injury or death in cycling accidents. To knock some sense into yourself or your nearest and dearest, take a look at this cycling safety infographic from Hugh James Solicitors and forward it on to all of the cyclists in your life.
Do you know all there is to know about the fantastic Winter Olympics? The folks at Club Med have put together dozens of interesting facts about this event to tell you.