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Catapult Announces XFL Partnership In Lead Up To Season Kickoff


Catapult Announces XFL Partnership In Lead Up To Season Kickoff

Catapult has announced a partnership with the XFL, which will assist in athlete monitoring and video analysis for all teams across the league.

The deal will see all eight teams, coaches and staff rely on Catapult solutions, including g Vector, Thunder, and Scout to make more informed decisions about players.

Commenting on the partnership, XFL president, Russ Brandon, said: “Catapult’s cutting-edge technology and football-specific insights will allow our coaches and training staff to monitor player safety with more precision and accuracy than ever before.”

“Catapult’s data capturing capabilities will drive performance gains for players, reducing their chances of injury, and help inform our League’s return to play protocols by analysing baseline player load metrics.

“The XFL is committed to exploring innovative football technology that can advance the game of football for players and coaches, alike, and we will continue to integrate top technologies, such as Catapult, into our system to further enhance the league,” he said.

Catapult CEO, Will Lopes, added: “The XFL is an exciting player-first league, and its leaders understand how athlete data and video analysis are critical to keeping their best athletes healthy for fans.”

“It is exciting to work with such an innovative league,” he said.

On Catapult’s technology, XFL vice president of player personnel, Doug Whaley, said: “One of the top priorities of our league is player safety.”

“By using Catapult’s technology, specialized data set, and real-time analysis, the XFL will be more informed about our athletes, allowing us to unleash the full potential of our players and put the best football product on the field as possible,” he said.

The announcement comes after Catapult adapted their video analysis technology to be suitable for ice hockey.

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