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Coming Soon: Pro Golfers, Hockey, Football, Baseball, Basketball players, NASCAR Drivers, Triple Crown Horses...
as they relate to the Surface Ion Ratio Forecast We will start off with a limited amount of athletes from each sport. 

Check Out the Boys of Summer: Do you want to know when Randy Johnson should be on his Game? When is Sammy or Mark capable of hitting a few homeruns?

Below is an actual graph that shows the correlation of L.A. Lakers, Shaquille O'Neal 2000/01 NBA Playoff Points per game vs. the Ion Ratio Forecast. *note: The Ion Ratio Forecast was given at least a day in advance of game times. 

25% of athletes perform better on Positive ion ratio days such as Driver Jeff Gordon Finishes during the first 13 races of the 2001 NASCAR season indicate below. His average finish place on positive days is 3.8 and his average finish place on negative days is 21.8

Below is an actual graph that shows the association between Pavel Bure's Year 2000 shot on goal per game vs. the Ion Ratio Forecast. *note: The Ion Ratio Forecast was given at least a day in advance of game times. 

Below is an actual graph that shows the correlation of New Jersey Devils Goal Tender, Martin Brodeur's 2000/01 Stanley Cup Playoff Goals Allowed per game vs. the Ion Ratio Forecast. *note: The Ion Ratio Forecast was given at least a day in advance of game times. 

Below is Tiger Woods 2000 season vs. the Ion Ratio Forecast. The forecast has not been changed other then subtracting 6 from the initial forecast (10-6= 4,  8-6 = 2, 6-6 = 0, 4-6 = -2, 2-6= -4 and 0-6 = -6) This does not change the line in any way and was done so the lines would be in the same area on the chart, as most pro golfers score in the minus territory. Individual Ion Ratio days on this chart will coincide with the other charts on this site for that same day. 

Below are the Finishing Results for Gander and the correlating Ion Ratio Forecat Click on the graph to go to the main Race Horses vs. Surface Ion Ratio Forecast page

Healthy athletes (and animals) are prone to "flipping", performing better for some period with positive ion days and one day flipping to perform better on negative days for a period of time (days, weeks) then flipping again. Due to this fact it is important to review the most recent days to forecast future performance. 

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