Fatigue Science in the Press

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New York Times cover story: Seattle Seahawks rely on Fatigue Science for performance edge

New York Times reporter Ken Belson was on hand for the deployment of Fatigue Science’s new Readiband, interviewing players and coaches about the importance of sleep in the NFL.
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Podcast: 'Sleep In and Win' performance in sport with Ian Dunican

Sports and performance expert Ian Dunican talks to us in detail about using Fatigue Science's FAST Scheduling tool to help Super Rugby teams plan for and manage fatigue.
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TechCrunch: Fatigue Science lets pro sports teams track their athletes' sleep

Our CEO, Sean Kerklaan, was interviewed by TechCrunch on how Fatigue Science provides elite sports teams and industry with sleep analytics to improve performance and reduce risk.

Fatigue Science wins 'Top Canadian Startup' award at Metabridge

Fatigue Science was at Metabridge, an invitation-only event where Canadian entrepreneurs, financiers and technology VIPs from around the world get together to talk shop.
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SB Nation: Seahawks teaching players 'sleep is a weapon'

Sam Ramsden and Michael Gervais of the Seattle Seahawks speak with sleep champion Ariana Huffington, in an interview on the subject of sleep and pro athletic performance.
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Inc.: Sleep culture in the workplace

Fatigue Science CEO, Sean Kerklaan sat down with Chip Joyce from Inc.com to discuss how Fatigue Science “is doing to corporations what Billy Beane did to baseball: using hard data to transform performance and safety by teaching companies how to mitigate employee fatigue.”
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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.
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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.