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Sports brand, PEAK, has developed the world's first 3D printed basketball boot, worn and tested by basketball player, Dwight Howard.
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.
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.
Guardlab is the official mouth guard of the UFC; the company uses 3D scanning and 3D printing to offer cheaper, safer sports guards.
At the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio a Latvian wheelchair fencer wore a customized 3D printed back brace during her performances and training.
3D printing will have a big impact on the design of shoes for this year's Olympics in Rio, with direct input from athletes themselves.
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.
Surfing gets a technological upgrade with 3D printed surfboards by Australian startup Disrupt. Which other sports are ripe for disruption?