With its wide-ranging app for smartphones, apps and tablets, the Asia Sports Meeting app has been used to track events from the world of sport in more than 60 countries across Asia and the world.
Award-winning sportswriter and presenter John Doyle described it as “one of the best sports apps for the mobile”.
It’s not just sports.
It’s about the whole thing.
It’s a good way to connect with the sports community around the globe, Mr Doyle said.
And if you’re not a sports person, you can connect with athletes on social media through this app, he said.
“It’s all about sharing, sharing and connecting.
That’s what I love about the app.”
He added: “The app really makes the sports world a little bit more transparent and accessible.”
Auckland University sports scientist and sportswoman, Mary-Ellen Cottrell said the app had helped her connect with many athletes who had a great experience.
“I think the app has changed a lot for me, because I can now really access their profile, where they are, their experiences and what they like to do,” she said.
“It has made it much easier for me to find people who have had the same experience as me and they can talk to me about it.”
A lot of the athletes in the app were just like me, and they would all say, ‘Yeah, I’m doing it’Cottrell, who works in the Sports and Fitness Department at Auckland University, said the information was out there.
“And I’m very grateful for that.
I have no doubt it has helped me in my professional career.”
What’s the difference between the Asia and Oceania Sport Meetings?
The Asia Sport Meet ups are in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China and Thailand.
The Oceanic Sport Meet up is held in New Zealand.
The Asia and Pacific Sport Meet are held in Australia, Japan, South Korea and India.