Name Professor Institution Date Technology in Sports Introduction Sports are competitive and require a fair competition. Technology has been used in sports overages and it is still being innovated to offer more solutions in sports. Many benefits are created by the use of technology in sports for instance easy and fast communication and fans can watch competitions all over the world on screen hence this increases the fan base. People have different opinions on whether technology should be used in sports those who oppose technology do not understand the benefits it offers compared to the negative things they think it causes. Denying technology in sports is wrong because it makes sports more interesting and global. Technology accepted in sports is legal and helps in resolving legal conflicts because cameras in sports grounds give the evidence in pictures and videos. The main aim of having sports is competing in nature competition; it will not be hard proving what he or she has done because of the cameras in the playgrounds. Technology also increases the fans base hence making the teams make more money from fans turn out to watch competitions. Even those who watch competitions on screens pay for the services hence making the teams make more money than the one invested in the technologies. Work Cited Bal Baljinder and Gaurav Dureja. "Hawk eye: a logical innovative technology use in sports for effective decision making." Sport Science Review 21.1-2 (2012): 107-119. Can Han Ma Lu and Luying Gan. "The research on application of information technology in sports stadiums." Physics Procedia 22 (2011): 604-609. Virk Sohrab S. and Mininder S. Kocher. "Adoption of new technology in sports medicine: Case studies of the Gore-Tex prosthetic ligament and of thermal capsulorrhaphy." Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic & Related Surgery 27.1 (2011): 113-121. [...]
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