Fatigue Science in the Press

FS Blog - media logo - ESPN
,

ESPN Magazine: Athlete monitoring in the NBA

In a league where teams often play back-to-back nights in different cities requiring late, post-game travel, sufficient sleep is hard to come by and fatigue, in due time, can take its toll.
Fatigue Science customer logo - Seattle Sounders FC
,

CITEworld: How wearables helped dramatically reduce injuries for the Seattle Sounders

The Sounders have been using wearables to optimize training, minimize injury risks, and reduce recovery times. Their efforts seem to be working, as the number of days players were out for muscle-related injuries has been cut down by over half, from 498 days in 2012 to 214 days this season, states the article.

HP Matter: How wearable technology is helping one team overcome its biggest travel health nightmare

The Seattle Mariners traveled 51,634 miles during this year’s regular season, the most in the major leagues and the equivalent of flying around the earth twice.
FS Blog - media logo - USA Today

USA Today: Sleep monitors could help U.S. players rest easy during World Cup

Our friends at EXOS (formerly Athletes' Performance) are working with the US Men's National Soccer team and recently spoke with USA Today about their work in getting the team ready for 2014 Fifa World Cup.
, ,

Seattle Mariners first to bring Fatigue Science to Major League Baseball

The Seattle Mariners have joined the growing list of professional sports teams embracing sleep and fatigue analytics as part of their sports science program and the first in MLB to sign on with Fatigue Science.
FS Blog - Thrive Huffington book
, ,

Fatigue Science work with Dallas Mavericks referenced in Thrive

Fatigue Science's work with the NBA's Dallas Mavericks has been referenced in Arianna Huffington's new bestseller Thrive: The third metric to redefining success and creating a life of well-being, wisdom, and wonder.
FS Blog - media logo - Global News
,

Global BC News: "Driver impairment due to fatigue" cited as cause of ambulance crash

A newly released coroners report of a 2010 ambulance crash on Vancouver Island, BC in which two paramedics were killed has affirmed the long-held belief that fatigue was a factor and that the driver had likely fallen asleep at the wheel.
,

Fatigue Science mention on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada

Alain Vigneault was questioned on the subject of fatigue following Sunday's game loss to Pittsburg to which he called attention to his goalie: "He was on top of his game, he wasn't tired." Vigneault stated, "If he's not tired, nobody else should be."
FS Blog - media logo - Irish Examiner
,

Irish Examiner: Sleeping your way to success

Fatigue Science co-founder, Pat Byrne, recently spoke with the Irish Examiner's Michael Moynihan about the link between sleep and athletic performance and how Fatigue Science technology is helping professional sports teams connect these dots.