We have brought you the news of Clubforce’s two recent partnerships in the tech space with StatSports and Output Sports, and today it has been announced that the three are coming together for a special webinar taking place on Tuesday, December 7th looking at Performance Technology for the GAA.
The purpose of the event, targeted at GAA coaches and players from all over the world, is to kickstart conversations around performance technology for sports, how it can benefit teams and players and how it truly makes sport accessible to all. Speakers at the live webinar include Barry McEntee, Lead Physiotherapist with Meath Ladies Footballers, Marty Clarke, former Gaelic and Irish Australian Football League Star and Gary Flannery, Head of Athletic Performance at Roscommon GAA.
“STATSports is excited to partner with Clubforce for the upcoming live GAA event for teams across the country and the world,” said Clarke.
“We are really looking forward to showcasing our Apex Coach Series product and talking about how it has already helped some of the best clubs up and down the country.”
“I think there is a genuine appetite out there to better understand how we can make better choices & better decisions,” added McEntee.
“Irish companies are leading the way on the world sporting stage in developing these tools which can help at a grassroots level just like they are at an elite level.”
“I hope this event will start to show our GAA clubs, associations and volunteers how technology can really serve them,” said Clubforce CEO Warren Healy.
Sport for Business Perspective
Bringing the lessons of elite sport into ambitious teams preparation plans has long been a staple of best coaching practice. This is a great way to showcase how it can be done through technology that was once the preserve of only the very best but which is now available at a cost that would probably be less than that of maintaining a dressing room.
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