Bothell Cougar Junior Football partners with Athlete Intelligence

  • Friday, March 17, 2017 1:30am
  • Sports

The following is a release from Athlete Intelligence:

Athlete Intelligence has added Bothell Cougar Junior Football to its growing list of youth sports programs. The new partnership will provide the Cougars with advanced intelligence and insights into player performance and safety during practices and games.

The Athlete Intelligence platform and the wearable Cue Sport Sensor will be used by the Cougars’ coaching and training staff to collect, analyze and offer actionable insights called “coachable moments” to improve the team’s performance and reduce the risk of head impact injuries. Not only will coaching and training staff be able to receive real-time head impact data to assess potentially dangerous hits but also understand when players are using improper techniques or have been overworked resulting in poor performance and increased injury risks.

“I’m most excited about the opportunity to provide our coaches with a tool that will help teach players those ‘coachable moments’,” said Cougars’ President Marlee Johnston. “Not only will this help coaches, but help players be more successful and safer out on the field and help comfort parents by knowing we care about their children’s safety.”

Patrick LeDoux the System Director for the Cougars said, “Bothell Cougar Junior Football wants to be on the cutting-edge of technology and best practices to maintain an elite youth football program.”

“We are excited to be working with the Bothell Cougars to help them gain more value from player performance data,” said Athlete Intelligence Sales Director, Andrew Golden.

“Consistent access to easy-to-use, meaningful data will help the Cougars gain a competitive advantage and maintain a strong responsibility for player safety.”

About Athlete Intelligence

Athlete Intelligence is a leading sports technology and data analytics company. The Athlete Intelligence platform goes beyond cryptic data points and isolated measurements. It empowers coaches and athletic trainers to access the useful insights that create coachable moments, in-turn maximizing long-term player potential.

The core functionality of the Athlete Intelligence platform pairs with wearable sensors Vector MouthGuard, Cue Sport Sensor and Shockbox Helmet Sensor to deliver a comprehensive solution for more than just hit detection and athlete safety; it helps coaches and athletic trainers build strategies around the tactics that win games. To learn more visit athleteintelligence.com.

For more information please contact Lidia Harding at 425-372-7806 or at lharding@athleteintelligence.com

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