I wouldn't want one even if I could afford one, looks like an old camcorder and it's a bit slow only 1fps... I'll stick with Canon.
I don't think you will ever see a photographer shoot a Sporting event with a Hasselblad.
It's not made to do sports photography. When you compare a Canon 1ds Mark III to a Hasselblad, you are comparing two completely different types of cameras.
The Hasselblads are absolutely brilliant for true professional work in studios and on location portraiture etc'. You also don't see many professional wedding photographers use 'new' Hasselblads. You might see some, yes even today, use older medium format Hasselblads, but none of them use a 30,000.00 dollar camera for weddings. In all fairness, it's just too much camera for that. Plus it's too much to watch after.
Cameras like Hasselblad, Mamiya (RZ67 with PhaseOne Back so it's Digital), just to name a few, are used more by professional studio and portrait photographers. Guys who shoot celebrities etc'.
So every camera has it's place.
One day, I will get a Digital Hasselblad