It started with a
game changing idea
Before the system was built, it was very hard for amateur athletes to measure exact performance on the field. This kind of technology was available on an elite level, but hadn’t yet filtered down to the grass roots.
All this changed in 2015 when Sports Performance Track (SPT) founder, William Strange, developed a web-based device that could be worn in every league. Finally, players had access to an affordable platform that could monitor, track and manage physical output.
Thanks to our scientists and software developers, the SPT GPS has been specifically designed to tackle outdoor contact sports. Our tools have been simplified so that coaches and individuals can easily understand speed, endurance, injury prevention, heart rate and training load.
Today, over 80 countries in all 7 continents are taking advantage of the data to help them play smarter. Our metrics have been used to assist schools, health professionals, local rugby associations, and even the Spanish Football League. With a scope to expand even further, we strive to be the leader in wearable sporting technology and teach our wider communities to train with facts and analytics in mind, in the same way that the pros do.