10,000 Hours with Devin Williams

San Francisco-based basketball trainer Devin Williams tells the story of how he accidentally became a viral sensation on YouTube™ after he started running coaching sessions and filming them at a local gym. Devin now travels the world filming, editing, and creating popular online basketball series based on his training methods.
Presented by GoPro


Jon Gruden’s Football Field Guide with GoPro

Super Bowl–winning NFL coach and Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden continues to share his expertise with the world with GoPro., even after retiring from his leadership role on the sidelines.

He is especially passionate about his Fired Football Coaches Association (FFCA) program, which focuses on giving back to the sport he loves so much by focusing on helping high school football organizations around the country.

Together with GoPro, Gruden created a Field Guide to using GoPro cameras to enhance practices and aid the development of both coaches and players. In this first guide, Gruden breaks down how capturing a player’s point of view (POV) can help the coach offer more dynamic feedback, and the player more accurately review what they are doing well and what they can improve.

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Connect with the SportsTech and SportsBiz Communities During Super Bowl 50 Week in SF


Super Bowl 50 is on track to be the most tech-savvy sports event in history and will be played at Levi’s Stadium, the most tech-savvy stadium in the world.

Many amazing sportstech startups and sportsbiz professionals are involved with Super Bowl 50 in a variety of ways, so we want to give everyone an opportunity to also connect with each other during this historic week for the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

Join us Wednesday, February 3rd from 5:30 to 8:30pm at the rooftop lounge of Jones (map) for a mixer event with a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

We’ve invited friends from sports and tech startups, investors and VC’s, sponsors, partners, athletes, NFL, Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, 50 Fund, our local Bay Area professional and college sports organizations and more, so everyone is welcome to attend.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door and include a hosted bar until 7pm.

Please register at our Eventbrite page:


And, even if you can’t make it, please join our SF Meetup group for future events, join our worldwide newsletter or follow us on Twitter @sportscolab.

If you’re interested to sponsor or if you are a startup that wants to be featured at the event, please email us at info@sportscolab.com.