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TechCrunch: Fatigue Science lets pro sports teams track their athletes’ sleep

Fatigue Science CEO, Sean Kerklaan, was recently interviewed by Christine Magee of TechCrunch on the Fatigue Science platform and how it provides professional athletes and industry clients with sleep analytics to improve performance and mitigate risk.

“If the Seahawks, for example, have to cross multiple time zones to go play in New York on Sunday night, they need to be able to plan in advance the right amount of sleep for their players so at game time they’re playing their best,” says Sean.

Read the article to learn more about how this technology is improving game-time performance and on-site safety.

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