Prevolve is a startup using 3D scanning and 3D printing to develop “BioRunners”, custom sports shoes which perfectly fit your feet.
Bart Aernouts won two triathlons this year including the Lazarote Ironman and Challenge Roth with help from Phits 3D printed insoles.
Cascade Lacrosse uses 3D printing to test new ideas and bring comfortable, safe helmets to the market in a shorter amount of time.
Land Rover BAR’s yacht racing team and Renishaw are using 3D printing to produce yacht parts and compete in the America’s Cup.
New company Skelmet uses 3D scanning and printing to make custom sunglasses that fit perfectly and don’t weigh heavily on your face.
The Wimbledon tennis tournament is in full swing, where Lavazza is offering cappuccinos with a twist — a 3D printed foam selfie.
After increasing concerns are voiced over poor quality football pitches in Euro 2016 matches, Qatar has begun using 3D printers to make sure they don’t face a similar situation in 2022.
Lead the England football team to Euro 2016 glory with these 3D printed foosball heads, courtesy of CEL Robox. Jumpers for goalposts, etc.
Denise Schindler, a German paralympic cyclist, is hoping to use a 3D printed leg prosthesis to race with in Rio de Janeiro this September.
A 3D printed material developed at Cardiff University to minimize the risk of brain injury has won $250,000 in funding in a competition backed by the NFL.
Welcome to RoboCup. By 2150, a team of humanoid robot soccer players will win a soccer game against the winner of the most recent World Cup.