Elite athletes in professional sport have realised that their competitive performance can be enhanced by high-quality data analysis. During this webinar, you will learn from Chemmy Alcott on how athletes train at an elite level, the highs and lows of performance and how personal performance analysis is vital to improve and compete at an elite level.
Peter Job will also draw parallels with IT performance and what the IT industry can learn from sports professionals to improve the overall performance of IT using correlated data from different sources.
Chemmy Alcott will also be sharing what lessons she learnt throughout her career, whilst Peter will also talk about Stratiam’s unique data insight. We will also be showing how it can help to reduce costs and improve team collaboration.
Chemmy Alcott is a 4 Time Winter Olympian who represented Team GB throughout a 20 year sporting career reaching a high of 8th in the world. She became the first and only British ski racer to win a run in World Cup.
Since retiring from alpine skiing after Sochi in 2014, she has spent her time challenging herself partaking in the Worlds Toughest Ski Race in Greenland in March 2015, 100 mile road race Ride London and other sporting endeavours whilst being a regular presenter of BBC’s Ski Sunday TV Show and commentating on Eurosport. In 2001 she was the Winter Sports Expert alongside Clare Balding for BBC’s award winning Winter Olympic Coverage watched by over 52 million viewers.