SPORT IN THE LIMELIGHT ON SOCIAL MINUS A WOMAN’S GAME
The US Open was a spectacle for all sport fans that follow the finale of the Grand Slams in the calendar year. The “gold medal” if you like of the year — the final chance to capture your maiden Grand Slam, as Osaka has now achieved, or to add to your cabinet of Championships. Cue the Champion: Naomi Osaka, a 20 year old from Japan, although based in the US, was the 2018 US Open Champion — overshadowed in the media by the unruliness of the umpires behaviour. A reminder that not all is “fair” in this world and the media shares at their discretion — including the onset of newer social interfaces that are here to do good. Ah, cue Topicthread!
Did you know Topicthread houses sporting groups from all Summer and Winter Olympic sports, alongside alternate sports? Topicthread views sport as an important incumbent in bringing the world closer together.
Did you know our Founder is a former NCAA athlete & international coach, having coached in North America, Europe, & Australia?
Our Dr. B is the world’s leading scientist on athlete, and coach performances. The Topicthread Founder has multiple publications, including her next book underway as we type, and a doctorate, that identified many “1st” in the history of sport. More? The science therein underpins the establishment of Topicthread.
The furore that the US Open captured is no different to the real-world — Dr. B has shared how she’s personally experienced this in the sporting world, regardless of her historic research, and accomplishments — science is frowned upon by the majority in the sporting world, perhaps likened to those who argue that Climate Change doesn’t exist? The same has been clear to date with the tech-space — it’s yet to be a woman’s game — but this is changing with Topicthread. And you can help too! Share with your network the news that Topicthread has arrived, and we can reassure you, they won’t be disappointed…nor will you.
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