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Special guests – Governmental visit in InnoSportLab de Tongelreep

The 25th of March was an important day in the life of the Lab, as special guests came to visit the facilities. Four of them from The House of Representatives – commonly referred to as the Second Chamber – the lower house of the Dutch Parliament. Triple Olympic champion (4×100 freestyle 2008, 50m & 100m…
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Implementing changes – 3D stroke analysis with instant feedback

In last Friday’s practice Janna van Kooten and Yara van Kalmthout, two elite prospects of Dutch long-distance swimming worked on their strokes with the 3D stroke analysis system of the Lab, but on this occasion they had to apply changes to their swimming style after instant feedback. Making changes in the strokes of professional swimmers…
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Researcher of InnoSportLab in World Series Para Swimming event

Our own Jonne Kapteijns had the chance to travel with the Dutch Para Swimming Team to Lignano, Italy, for the latest event of the 2022 Para Swimming World Series. She shared her experiences about her first – but definitely not last – tournament as the embedded scientist of the team. Congratulations Jonne, keep up the…
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International guests in the Lab – Two-day training camp for two Serbian elite swimmers

“The little details always count, I’ve lost by 1 millisecond and I’ve won by 1 millisecond” – said Velimir Stjepanović, after the second session of the training camp, in which – together with his teammate Uroš Nikolić – they had the chance to work with the technology of InnoSportLab de Tongelreep. The swimmers spent two…
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Confirmation by data – Monthly measurements with the Dutch National Youth Swimming Team

On the first Friday of March a group of the Dutch National Youth Swimming Team executed their monthly measurements in InnoSportLab de Tongelreep. The group led by coach Geert Janssen had a session dedicated to collecting data on the performance of the athletes. With collecting data in the last two years – every four weeks…
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