Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Team GB hockey players aided by heat pills for Tokyo Olympic tilt

Team GB hockey players hope that computerised pills to combat heat will have proved beneficial in the stifling heat at the Tokyo Olympics.

The Hockey Paper can disclose that some British players have been taking the pills – which has a microchip that transmits the body’s internal temperature – with the English Institute of Sport studying the results to help athletes understand heat and humidity on their bodies.

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