By: Edward Egros

May 2016

Avoiding Information Overload

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Pasted Graphic 1There are a lot of reasons why Jordan Spieth has become one of the more successful young golfers the PGA Tour has ever seen. It's not just that he and his support system embraces golf analytics, but they have found a way to communicate these ideas.

Because quantitative analysis can provide a wealth of information, there is the real problem of "information overload" where the athlete becomes overwhelmed by what analytics can teach. In this podcast, Spieth explained how he uses analytics and how he strikes a balance between using these tools and not letting the tools overwhelm him.

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Growing Soccer in America

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Brandi ChastainWearing a hard hat doesn't rival the most notable image of Brandi Chastain's career. But ripping her shirt off after clinching the 1999 World Cup isn't the only thing she wants her soccer legacy to be about. She was in Frisco, TX to be a part of the groundbreaking for the National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum.

This museum is one of many ways some are trying to grow soccer in America. In this podcast, I talk to Chastain about her efforts to grow the sport and if raising awareness about concussions in her sport will ultimately help soccer's popularity.

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