For this year's Winter Olympics in South Korea, the US Luge team worked with Stratasys to create custom sleds using additive manufacturing technologies.
Skeleton skinsuit engineers for Team GB used 3D scanning and printing to help athletes get a slight advantage over their competitors at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The snowboard manufacturer CAPiTA is using its patented FUS3D 3D printing technique to develop recyclable, durable, and strong thermoplastic sidewalls that attach to the board's wooden core as a single piece.
This week, HP revealed a new partnership with the National Football League, stating that all 32 teams will adopt its FitStation 3D scanning platform to create customized cleats next season.
Sports equipment company Riddell is setting new standards for safety in the the NFL’s 2017 season with player-specific, form-fitting helmets. If you’re a fan of American football, you’ll have heard of Riddell. Currently, the company provides 60 percent of NFL players with helmets. But for all the safety gear and armor worn, the heavy-hitting game could be safer. Especially […]
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.
Denise Schindler, a German paralympic cyclist, is hoping to use a 3D printed leg prosthesis to race with in Rio de Janeiro this September.
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.
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.
Last Sunday Sir Bradley Wiggins rode his bike into the record books, when he covered 218 laps of the London Olympic Games track to push the world one-hour distance to 54.526 km. And he did it using 3D printed handlebars.
Sculptor Malcolm DeMille describes his use of 3D printing to develop the iconic rooster trophy for the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Hailey Dawson, a seven-year-old with a 3D printed prosthetic hand, got to throw out the first pitch during Game 4 of the World Series.
Seven-year-old Hailey Dawson has a 3D printed prosthetic hand, but her dream of throwing the first pitch at every MLB stadium is coming true.
Prevolve is a startup using 3D scanning and 3D printing to develop "BioRunners", custom sports shoes which perfectly fit your feet.
Sports equipment company, Riddell, is using 3D scanning to offer safer helmets to NFL players which will be in use during the 2017 season.