MONCTON – June 7, 2022
AthleteMonitoring announced today their partnership with the Swedish Olympic Committee. Sweden’s top sport organization is now using the AthleteMonitoring platform to monitor the health and wellness of their Olympic athletes, and to conduct injury and illness epidemiological research that will lead to develop better injury prevention and risk reduction strategies.
“We look forward to working with the Swedish Olympic Committee,” said Francois Gazzano, CEO of AthleteMonitoring. “Using accurate health monitoring tools based on IOC-recommended methodologies, is crucial to produce quality data, on which are based effective injury prevention strategies. The importance of centralizing all of the athletes’ data on a single system is crucial as it helps identifying sport-specific trends and improve athlete care, while maximizing data protection and privacy.”
About the Swedish Olympic Committee
The Swedish Olympic Committee is the highest authority for the Olympic movement in Sweden. The committee consists of 41 member federations, the national sports federations for the Olympic sports and 15 recognized federations.
AthleteMonitoring is the world’s most versatile Athlete Health and Performance Management System. Currently used by development, professional, Olympic sport organizations and injury research teams in 85 countries, AthleteMonitoring simplifies the collection, centralization and efficient management of athlete wellness, training, testing, performance, medical and injury surveillance data with IOC-aligned approaches, best practice tools and evidence-based methods.