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CBC News: Chicago Cubs’ win and the benefits of sleep and performance management in elite sports

 

 

 

The Chicago Cubs’ World Series victory has generated a lot of press this week. No surprise given it’s a story 108 years in the making.

Chad Pawson of CBC News British Columbia looked at the Cubs’ win from another angle, highlighting how Fatigue Science’s technology is helping the Cubs, and elite sports teams of all types, maximize player performance.

Karl Woll, one of our experts in sleep and performance management, talks with Chad about some of the opportunities and challenges facing elite sports teams in their quest for the ultimate prize.

To learn more about how Fatigue Science technology is being used by the Cubs, and other champions, check out our recent blog post.

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