Moncton, Canada – November 16, 2018 – Germany, one of the world’s strongest nations at the Paralympics games, is now using the AthleteMonitoring Athlete Management Platform to prepare their teams and athletes to the 2020 Tokyo Summer Paralympic Games

With the help of the AthleteMonitoring platform and mobile apps, paralympic team doctors and a research team will monitor, workload, fatigue, wellness, health and mood. It will enable them to make informed decisions about individualization of training load, recovery strategies and psychological aspects. The platform will also be used by the sports medicine team to conduct ongoing injury surveillance.

“Adding to our program can help us better deal with injuries and illnesses and optimize individual workload. We expect, that this will translate into better athlete-coach-team doctor communication, less serious injuries and better, more consistent performances.” says Dr. Anja Hirschmüller, Head of Sports Medicine for the German Paralympic Program. is used daily by hundreds of top schools, universities, professional clubs, national teams and Olympic programs worldwide.

“We are thrilled to partner with Germany’s Paralympic Program and assist their performance and medical teams” said Francois Gazzano, Founder and CEO of “Implementing a holistic approach to workload management and injury prevention can be challenging with large number of athletes training at different times and places. I believe that our AthleteMonitoring platform will help their performance and medical teams streamline this process, so athlete can perform the hard training required by top competition, while minimizing the risk of injuries.”

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It provides evidence-based and best practice tools to athletes, coaches, sport science, sports medicine professionals, strength and conditioning specialists and administrators, and brings them together to build excellence. is used by professional teams, universities, national and Olympic programs in more than 35 countries. For more information on please visit, and follow @a_monitoring on Twitter.

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