Excellent vision for winter sports

Why Excellent Vision Matters for Winter Athletes

For winter sports athletes with Olympic-sized dreams, it’s easy to see why competitive athletes choose vision correction procedures to boost their competitive edge. However, athletes – especially those training in sports such as hockey, skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and more – need more than talent to perform: they have to move fast, efficiently, and with confidence…

Olympics

How Skiers And Snowboarders Use Their Eyes To Go For Gold at the Olympics

Skiing and snowboarding have changed significantly since their individual Olympic debuts. Not only has the style of the athletes and the events themselves changed, but so has the incredible physical demands these sports place on the athletes’ bodies. The size of the Olympic half-pipe has doubled in size, to more than 20 feet tall, since…

Goggle Shopping

A Guide to Goggle Shopping for Skiers And Snowboarders

When it comes to equipment for skiing and snowboarding, goggles are essential for protecting your precious eyes from the elements. And, they tend to need to be replaced more than other gear you need as you head up to the slopes. Why? Even the most durable lens can be scratched if not taken care of…

winter Olympics

Vision and Viewing Guide to the 2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics have arrived! Athletes from around the world are gathering in Pyeongchang to compete for gold and glory in one, or more, of 15 events.  The commitment and passion shown by these amazing athletes is matched only by the time, effort and focus they have put into training to be at the…

Super Bowl vision

Super Bowl Refereeing Demands Excellent Vision

This Sunday is the National Football League’s championship game – Super Bowl LII and millions of football fans will have their eyes glued to television sets to watch the New England Patriots face off against the Philadelphia Eagles. With all the passes, blocks, turnovers and tackles, the player action on the field is what commands fans’…

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