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In new apps professional athletes become personal trainers

TORONTO (Reuters) - For fitness buffs who have dreamed of training with a professional athlete, new apps could be the next best thing.

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Olympic coaches fine-tune performance with mobile apps

TORONTO (Reuters) - Coaches at the 2012 Olympic Games in London have harnessed a new set of tools to land a coveted spot on the podium -- mobile apps.

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Apps for 2012 Summer Olympic Games abound

TORONTO (Reuters) - Whether it is a live video stream of the 100-meter dash, on-demand replays of diving, or notifications when the national team wins a medal, the mobile app is likely to play a greater role in the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Football

Apps, ads and accumulators: bookies ready for record World Cup

LONDON/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Tech-savvy gamblers using smartphones and tablets to bet on live match action will help to make next month's soccer World Cup the most lucrative sports event ever for British bookmakers and bring welcome relief from tough market conditions.

Golf

PGA Tour making digital reach-out to younger audience

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Golf fans surfing PGA Tour's websites and apps can now score rewards points in the golf organisation's efforts to reach younger audiences and fantasy game players, a tour executive said Wednesday.

Cycling

The app way to keep the wheels in motion

ADVANCED data analytics – that’s the keyword for South Africa’s NTT Pro Cycling as they plot for the future.

Golf

New benchmark in range finding

PICTURE this scenario. You are roughly 100m from the pin (that’s what the distance marker indicates) with a good chance of knocking it close and making your first birdie of the day.

Tennis

As mobile fuels sports betting boom, corruption concerns mount

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The rise of mobile betting is transforming global sports wagering faster than regulators can react, flooding the industry with cash and potentially contributing to corruption scandals like the one roiling world tennis, experts and insiders say.