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    New Bleacher Seats with Game Day Graphics Logo for Basha High School  

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    May 28, 2020 7:27:39 AM

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    Located in central Arizona, just south east of Phoenix, lies the charming town of Chandler and more importantly, the home of Basha High School. Opened in 2002, Basha High School was named after Eddie Basha, Jr., a dedicated community member who called Chandler home until his death in 2013.

    Basha High was the third high school built by the Chandler Unified School District and currently has over 2,500 students enrolled. In addition to a high standard of academic accomplishment, the school is home to the Basha Bears, an athletics program that has consistently gained notoriety in the state of Arizona. Early on in the school’s history, their softball team was crowned state champions in 2008 and 2009, volleyball state champions in 2019 and boy’s basketball state champions in 2017. In addition to those accomplishments, their cheerleading team is a five-time winner of Arizona’s co-ed Cheer State Champions.

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    Topics: Bleachers, game day graphics

    A Customized Solution For The Canadian Armed Forces

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 24, 2014 5:54:00 AM

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    Sport Systems is proud to offer a range of sports equipment solutions to meet the diverse needs of our clients, including finding custom solutions to unique facility problems. We know that no two projects are alike, and we routinely put our knowledge and experience to work for our clients order to develop the right innovations for their unique facility.

    From our individualized wall padding options to our customizable telescopic bleacher systems, to everything else in between, Sports Systems is committed to finding the right solution for every client every time.

    On April 1st of this year, we were proud to partner with the Canadian Military in order to find an innovative and practical solution to their latest training challenge.

    As you may expect (or as you possibly known first hand), the Canadian Military demands the highest level of physical prowess and athletic ability among their ranks. In order to ensure success in the field, service men and women must first complete a rigorous training program followed by a performance test to confirm readiness for duty.

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    Topics: Our Work, Custom Solutions

    The Fountain Of Youth Sports

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 23, 2014 6:22:00 AM

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    It’s no secret that being active is good for you. Getting the blood pumping even just a few times a week has been proven to benefit the heart and mind, as well as overall mood. For many people of all ages, the most fun way to stay active is to participate in a favorite sport. No matter what you play, sports are the perfect way to get up and get moving on a regular basis, providing a fun way to reap all the known health benefits of exercise.

    While all of this might be old (good) news, what would you think if we told you that sports can also keep you looking forever young?

    The search for the fountain of youth is as old as mankind, and despite our best efforts, it still has yet to be discovered. There might not be a magic fountain you can drink from to guarantee your eternal youth, but one recent study does offer such hope to the athletes among us.

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    Topics: Sports Equipment

    Official Song Of The FIFA World Cup Released

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 17, 2014 6:00:00 AM

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    As the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Rio de Janeiro draws closer, with kick off now just a couple of short months away, the final details are starting to come into place in Brazil, including the official song list for the world football tournament.

    When most of us think of the sounds that accompany professional soccer matches, we are likely to first imagine the spirited shouts and cheers of a stadium full of fans blowing their air horns and clapping their noisemakers. And who could forget the the usual chorus of the longtime favorite football anthem, Olé, Olé, Olé. But the World Cup comes but once every four years, and special musical arrangements are being made accordingly.

    In addition to the usual sounds of excitement that surround the pitch during a soccer game, the World Cup also gets its own world class soundtrack, including an official World Cup song. On April 8th FIFA released the official song of the of this year’s tournament: Pitbull’s latest hit, We Are One (Ole, Ola). The song also features J-Lo and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte.

     

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    Topics: Soccer Equipment

    2014 Marks The Inaugural Basketball World Cup

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 15, 2014 6:29:00 AM

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    As we all know, we are just two short months away from the much anticipated FIFA World Cup in Rio this summer. But it turns out that soccer isn’t the only sport hosting a World Cup tournament this year - FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, will be hosting a worldwide competition this year in Spain.

    The tournament formerly known as the FIBA World Championship will be held this year from August 30th through September 14th 2014 in various host cities across Spain, including Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Bilbao, Granada, and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

    Known from 1950-2010 as the FIBA World Championship, for the first time this year the tournament will be known as the FIBA World Cup, communicating to the worldwide sports community that the prestigious international basketball tournament ought to be recognized alongside other global sporting competitions, such as the FIFA World Cup.

     

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    Topics: Soccer Equipment

    Three Reasons To Check Out MiLB

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 10, 2014 6:31:00 AM

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    It’s April, and after another exciting Spring Training session, Major League Baseball season is now well underway. Nightly baseball broadcasts of our favorite big league teams are the reason why so many sports fans live for the 10 months from February to October each year. Watching the pros pitch and hit in HD on your big screen TV at home is quite the experience, but what if I told you that you could be missing out on some serious baseball action right in your backyard?

    Here are the top 3 reasons why you should get out to support your local Minor League Affiliate team and soak in that good ol’ ballpark experience:

     

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    Topics: Baseball

    Pelé Takes Notice Of US Youth Soccer

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 8, 2014 6:14:00 AM

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    Spring is in the air, and June is just around the corner! In just a few short weeks, the much anticipated FIFA World Cup will be underway, with the first match kicking off in Rio on Thursday, June 12th. As professional footballers from around the world get ready to take to the pitch, fans everywhere will be gearing up for a great month of Major League Soccer.

    The start of springtime not only means World Cup 2014 is near - it also means spring youth soccer season is about to get underway. Boys and girls of all ages both in Canada and the U.S. enjoy playing soccer every year, having fun while learning the fundamentals. These days, youth soccer participation in the U.S. rivals that of Little League, the American Pastime!

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    Topics: Soccer Equipment

    Are Athletes Unions The Future Of College Sports?

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 3, 2014 6:00:00 AM

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    College football teams forming an employee union? Now I’ve seen everything. It sounds farfetched, but unionize they shall. After a shocking ruling by the National Labor Review Board (NLRB), football players at Northwestern University have been granted employee status, meaning they have every right to form a union. The life of a college athlete can’t be so bad that they need to seek union representation, so what gives?

    Their reasoning:

    First of all, Northwestern University football players, like many other student athletes, dedicate upwards of 40-50 hours per week to their sport, meaning these guys are already working overtime before you even start counting their credit hours.

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    Topics: Football Equipment

    Wearable Technology Gathers Information About Athletics

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Apr 1, 2014 6:57:00 AM

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    As we continue to travel into the 21st century, the wonders of technology continue to advance at a staggering rate, bringing us all new ways to access information. As with anything else, these technological advancements have enabled us to explore all new ways of making sports a success for all athletes, from optimizing performance to improving upon safety on the field.

    Now, an all new wearable monitoring systems are giving experts a firsthand look at what happens to an athlete’s body on the field.

    Computers and other gadgets are becoming more and more powerful as we develop smarter technology that is ever faster and wider reaching. While the way we grasp information technology is growing, it is at the same time shrinking in physical size. This is evident with the smart phones and tablets that we use daily, with the newest models always somehow managing to be slimmer and more lightweight than the last. But the possible applications of tiny technology have the potential to really shed some light on athletics.

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    Topics: Sports Technology

    Will Olympics Boost Womens Athletics?

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Mar 27, 2014 6:10:00 AM

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    For generations, women have been striving for an equal playing field with men - first in the voting booths, then in the workplace, and now literally on the playing field. When it comes to competitive and professional sports, women often have their own corresponding leagues to match the men’s, but there is an ongoing question as to the equality between the separate leagues.

    The fact that women and men are physically different is not up for debate; in many cases, like with hockey, it would be unsafe for men and women to compete when physical contact is such a big part of the game. The natural size and strength imbalance between the sexes would have dangerous implications for checking, a standard part of the game

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    Topics: Sports Equipment

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