How Teams Use Technology To Better Train Themselves at London OlympicsWinning an Olympic medal is not an easy thing to do, we all know it. Tons of effort athletes need to put in along with dedication, obsessive athletic spirit and high end sports-science advocation. When these all come together in perfection only something like a medal in an Olympic event would happen. Now the above bundle was the story of the past, but the times of now we are in got more than what we think is required to win an Olympic medal.

What that comes extra to the above bundle is nothing but advanced spying abilities. To make things clear, lets say the counties that win most Olympic medals are likely to be the ones that carry the best of spying technology and spies. If you may wonder what spying technology got to do with winning medals, here is the answer. The best to technology you have with you to spy on other countries training procedures, implemented tactics and sports science, that means you have your odds increased. Works by getting your athletes ready to meet the kind of competition put up by the other countries athletes. When you know what our countries are doing, it’s easy to follow even more advanced training facilities for your athletes.

If we look to what France did about this, we could get the idea clearer. They created an official agency, Préparation Olympique et Paralympique, they just got the job f nothing but surveilling on other countries athletes. Over $120,000 they spent to build a custom search engine to grab an process details about other countries’ training, idea implementations much as possible from the internet. Making use of technology in this aspect gets any country an edge over the other, surveilled countries. It’s easy to match their athletes and get them ready for the kind of competition they already have analysed with the surveillance.

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Yogitha, loves to write, on just about anything. Realising her passion not too late in life, she managed to complete her Masters in Communication from Women's Christian College, Chennai. Currently, she works as a Technical Writer with Cognizant. A complete 'sitcom buff'', her current must see list has 'The Big Bang Theory' right on top!

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