Posts Tagged ‘Qrodo’

Täby Badminton Open – live on Qrodo

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Yet another sport live on Qrodo. Today Täby Badminton was broadcasting their Täby Open tournament live on Qrodo. Both Täby and Fyrisfjädern in the Swedish elitserie will use Qrodo for the 2010/11 season.

Speedway: Eldarna – Ikaros Smederna

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Wonderful sunday afternoon at the Hudding Motorstadion. Speedway between Eldarna and Ikaros Smederna. Smederna was in great shape this day and won 39-13.

Beach Volleyball live on Qrodo

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Startfältet i Linköping

Tourpremiären i Uppsala följs upp av en ny premiär. För första gången besöker Swedish Beach Tour Linköping och nu är startfältet spikat.

På Trädgårstorget i centrala Linköping står redan läktare och sandlåda och imorgon kväll ska arenan stå klar. Evenemanget inleds med finalspelet i en ungdomsturnering på onsdag dit 12 av 30 deltagande lag har kvalificerat sig. På torsdag följs det upp av en Företagsturnering innan Swedish Beach Tours andra deltävling för året inleds på fredag.

Startfält damer
1. Oliveira, Rivia / Tawhid Söderholm, Nora  IK Studenterna 2160
2. Boulton, Lucy / Johns, Denise  Storbritannien (Wild Card)
3. Hansson, Tora / Nilsson, Camilla  Malmö BC 2030
4. Åsberg, Anna / Hallberg, Maria  Göteborg BC 1885
5. Lundqvist, Karin / Sandberg, Jessica  Katrineholm / Värnamo 1820
6. Ögren, Sofia / Yoken, Tadva  Beachhallen BVC 1660
7. Stahre, Frida / Karlsson, Jessica  Veddige / Göteborg 1480
8. Hedgärde, Maria / Linde, Malin 930 (chall. kval)

Reservlag (med entry points)
1. Haugaard, Frida / Eriksson, Åsa  Svedala VBK 795
2. Edebjörk, Kajsa / Olausson, Sandra  Göteborg BC 690

Startfält herrar
1. Andersson, Daniel / Gunnarsson, Stefan  Lenhovda VBK 2505
2. Jonsson, Kjell / Montas, Lawrence  Beachmagasinet BC  1850
3. Berg, Björn / Dahl, Simon  IK Studenterna / Beachhallen 1701
4. Jonsson, Petter / Huitfeldt, Björn Karlskrona / IK Studenterna 1455
5. Eriksson, Olov / Christiansson, Mårten  Göteborg / Björnsholm 1395
6. Haugaard, Thomas / Keldsen, Peter  Malmö BC 945 (chall. kval)
7. Gilbertsson, Andreas / Barrefalk, Martin Team Valla 505 (Wild card)
8. Bergdahl, Roland / Pähn, Ragnar Västerbergslagen / Fyrishov 490 (chall. kval)

Reservlag (med entry points)
Rågfeldt, Andreas / Andersson, Erik  IK Studenterna  810
Andersson, Henrik / Lunderbye, Stefan  Göteborg BC  765

Swedish Beach Tour i Linköping inleds på fredag 11.00, hålltider och mer information finns under Linköping i turnéschemat.—–(beach-volleyball)/1288/e9b953c1-e210-441c-9847-f1eb4d5e9654

Youth Gymnastics Competition Live on Qrodo

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Gymnastik Live from T1-hallen Linköping

Amazing to see how quick people are getting into the habit of livecasting sportsevent. This is a youth competition in artistic gymnastics. Far away from elite, but still interesting to friends and family at home. The core of the longtail business model.

Swedish Motorsports Federation broadcast Convention using Qrodo

Friday, May 21, 2010

The Swedish Motorsports Federation is livecasting from their environment convention i Karlskoga.Motorsports live on Internet.

Swedish Motorsports Federation

Speedway Division 1 in Sweden Live on Qrodo

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Today yet anothe sport have realized the benefits of Qrodo. Speedway is livecasted directly from Eskilstuna Motorstadion. After 9 heats Ikaros Smederna is in the lead 18-9.

Ongoing Weekend Tournament Stålbucklan going into finals

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Stålbucklan 2010: Sveg IK (Sweden) - Team Scana (Norway)

Water consumtion in Edmonton during Hockey Final game

Sunday, March 21, 2010

80% of the Canadians were watching the ice hockey final game between Canada and the USA. The green line is from a normal day. The blue line is obviously correlated to the happening of the ice hockey game.

World Cup Fencing live at Qrodo

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Italy wins the team competition at Challenge Bernadotte

Congratulations to the Italian team with Enrico Garozzo, Alfredo Rota, Paolo Pizzo and Matthew Trager.

World cup competition for national teams at Challenge Bernadotte in Stockholm ended on Sunday afternoon. Italy beat Poland in a very dramatic final which had to be decided in sudden death. Poland stayed on top for a long while, despite having to substitute one fencer due to injury. After 7 of the 9 matches, Poland was in the lead  33-30. Enters Paolo Pizzo, a highly accomplished and intensive fencer who evens the score to 39-39. After the 9th and final match, the score was still tied; 41-41. In overtime Alfredo Rota made the final touch and wins the competition for Italy.

Sumo wrestling

Monday, February 22, 2010

Sumo wrestling is Japan’s national sport. It originated in ancient times to entertain the Shinto gods. Many of the rituals with religious background are still performed. Yokozuna (横綱, yokozuna) is the highest rank in sumo. When a wrestler reaches the rank of yokozuna, he cannot lose this status, but is expected to retire when his time is due. Many former Sumo wrestlers remain active in the sumo world as members of the Japan Sumo Association.

The one currently active yokozuna is Hakuhō (白鵬), the 69th yokozuna, from Mongolia, promoted in May 2007.

Taihō Kōki (大鵬幸喜) was the 48th Yokozuna in the Japanese sport of sumo wrestling. He is generally regarded as the greatest sumo wrestler of the post-war period. He became a yokozuna in 1961 at the age of 21, the youngest ever at the time, and he won a record 32 tournaments between 1960 and 1971.

The basic rules of sumo are simple: the wrestler who first touches the ground with anything besides the soles of his feet, or who leaves the ring before his opponent, loses. The dohyō (土俵) is the ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held. A modern dohyō is a circle of rice-straw bales 4.55 meters in diameter, mounted on a square platform of clay 6.7m on a side, and 34 to 60 cm high. The fights themselves usually last only a few seconds, or in rare cases, about a minute.

Stångåstaden Play – Local News & Sports

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Stångåstaden Play

MainConcept H.264

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Qrodo is adding support for Mpeg/H.264. Better compression and better perceived video quality compared to the old ON2 VP 6. However it requires more CPU power. Use a dual core Intel for high resolution broadcasts. More browsers are starting to support the <video> tag, where Mpeg/H.264 and/or Ogg/Theora will become natively supported in the browser.