Welcome to the SportsTech section. Here you can find jargon-free expert advice and the latest products in technology across all budgets, sports and skill levels.

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Future of sports tech

How VR technology†is going to change the way we exercise in the future

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The Sports Science System

The amateurs will be one step closer to training like the pros once this new training system is on the market!

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The future of footwear

Upgrade your running with LKís round-up of the best high-tech trainers

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Tech your body and mind

Gizmos to aid and boost your wellbeing and health

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Past Articles

Browse through our library of past articles.

The perfect Scandi accessory

If youíre thinking of embracing the Scandi style inside your… Read More

Donít let the rain stop play

Itís raining, itís pouring, but it neednít stop you heading … Read More

Slope and glory

Jetting off to snowy climes this season to grab a piste of t… Read More

Mitre goes to the movies

Excited much? You bet. We feel like kids on Christmas Day. T… Read More

In tune with fitness

Bored of exercising or bored when you exercise? Read More

Happy apps

Physical health-wise, techís pretty much got most things cov… Read More

On the ball

The most complete tour golf ball on the market has arrived, … Read More

Digital doctor

Playing doctor and self diagnosing is possible if youíve got… Read More

The smart basketball

Practice makes perfect Ė or at least thatís what they say. Read More

The perfect hockey stick

Unlike many sports where customisation of equipment is stric… Read More

The future of bikes is now: introducing the Denny

A team of American designers may be on the cusp of revolutio… Read More

leisure kicks - top five

01

Garmin Forerunner 645

£349

The fitness watch for serious runners comes complete with seven days battery life and dynamic features including vertical ratio.

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02

Coros APEX Premium Multisport

£269

Blending attractive aesthetics with superb performance analysis it packs an AI Trainer that structures workouts to suit your fitne

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03

Timex Ironman GPS

£99

Designed to be simple this lightweight watch provides stats without complication, just select your workout and start exercising.

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04

Polar Vantage V

£375

One of the best for tracking lots of stats and featuring a battery life to cope with 40 hours straight of training.

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05

Fitbit Ionic

£190

Offering personalised voice coaching, the Fitbit Coach App also means you can access a range of audio workouts.

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