Athlete Intelligence Blog

Why Girls’ Soccer Players Suffer Highest Concussion Rates

3/29/17 7:00 AM / by Lidia Harding

Until recently, many believed that American football has been the biggest risk for potentially damaging head injuries in athletes, but new research by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons states that female athletes, in particular soccer players, suffer concussions at a “significantly higher,” rate than male athletes.

The study tracked concussions in different sports from 2005 to 2015 and reported that girls were 12.1 percent more likely to sustain a concussion than boys across all sports.

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NCAA Basketball Injuries and the Benefit of Sports Technology Innovations

3/23/17 10:38 AM / by Lidia Harding

The madness is upon us and we eagerly wait to see which NCAA Basketball team cuts down the net at the University of Phoenix Stadium in this year’s championship game.

While in the end there is only one winner all the teams push hard to reign as champions. Some, unfortunately, push too hard and end their season short with injuries. Many sports technology companies are entering the space in order to improve athlete performance and reduce the risk of these injuries.

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i1 Biometrics Introduces the Athlete Intelligence Brand

3/10/17 11:15 AM / by Lidia Harding

The year 2017 is a big year for i1 Biometrics®. We're raising the bar in the athlete performance technology industry with the introduction of our performance monitoring platform, Athlete Intelligence™. The platform features predictive analytics and real-time actionable insights called "coachable moments."

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KIRO 7 News Reports On Athlete Intelligence

3/4/17 12:58 PM / by Lidia Harding


We are exited to be recently featured on Seattle's KIRO 7 News.

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