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Grassroots development is the key to better national performance

This 10-page white paper examines how data can be used in grassroots sport development to identify and describe the athlete pool - their ages and sex, and where they live and train.

National, local, and club retention metrics

The report also discusses the most important metric in evaluating development programs: retention, keeping athletes involved long enough to make a difference. Understanding this metric and being able to calculate it association wide will help supercharge the talent creation process.

If you can measure it,
you can improve it!

Find out how

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Until the late 1800s scientists believed that something called the 'ether' allowed light to propagate through a vacuum. Back then light was assumed to be a wave that needed some kind of medium in which to move. Scientists cooked up the ether to provide this medium even though it was completely undetectable. They couldn't see it, touch it, or smell it but it must be there they thought, it has to be. Read the full article...

Grassroots development is the key to better national performance

This 10-page white paper examines how data can be used in grassroots sport development to identify and describe the athlete pool - their ages and sex, and where they live and train.

National, local, and club retention metrics

The report also discusses the most important metric in evaluating development programs: retention, keeping athletes involved long enough to make a difference. Understanding this metric and being able to calculate it association wide will help supercharge the talent creation process.

If you can measure it,
you can improve it!

Find out how

Get the white paper now!

Download the 10-page PDF that explains why data is vital to making proper sport development decisions.

Send us your email address to get a download link to the white paper:

 

LATEST FROM THE NEWSLETTER

What would you do differently if there were no such thing as talent?

Until the late 1800s scientists believed that something called the 'ether' allowed light to propagate through a vacuum. Back then light was assumed to be a wave that needed some kind of medium in which to move. Scientists cooked up the ether to provide this medium even though it was completely undetectable. They couldn't see it, touch it, or smell it but it must be there they thought, it has to be. Read the full article...