Club Ciudad are the current champions of the Women and Men's Torneo Metropolitano, which is the most important field hockey competition in the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina). They will use Nacsport video analysis software to try and win their second title in a row.
This week, Argentinian hockey teams Lomas Athletic Club and River Plate have renewed their Nacsport licenses for the starting season. Really pleased that these two sides will be using our performance analysis tools to keep improving their results.
Hockeyclub Grossflottbeker, from Hamburg, just renewed their Nacsport video analysis licenses. Grossflottbeker are already users of Nacsport since 2006, and now they have signed a new deal for 3 more years.
Pierre Leroux is the South African indoor hockey head coach and assistant coach for the same team in field hockey. He has recently got to know, tested and finally ordered a Nacsport license to be used in their performance analysis workflows.
Facundo ‘Chancho’ Juarez is an uncommon video analyst. Like other analysis staff, he works for more than just one team. But what makes him special is the fact that he analyses two different sports: field hockey and soccer. He has told us about his experiences using Nacsport software.
Paul Revington is a widely recognised coach in the field hockey world. During his intense professional career, he has been head coach for the national male senior teams of South Africa, Ireland and Malaysia, amongst others. Nowadays, he is committed to coaching new coaches. Nacsport will be one of his tools for these teaching processes.
Perhaps there are coaches who still think Nacsport is not affordable for their amateur budgets. Nothing could be further from the truth. Take humble German hockey teams such as Kahlenberger HTC or TSV Ludwigsburg as an example: they will be using our software for their video analysis workflows.
The Mexican Field Hockey Federation will now use Nacsport for their video analysis workflows. The senior men and women teams will add our software to their daily routine to keep improving their performance.