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SportTechie - Startup Profile Series: WHOOP is a Performance Optimization System for Elite Athletes
New technology from startup ventures is transforming the sports industry. The mission of this series will be to introduce startup companies in the sports technology space to a broader audience and allow Founders of promising new ventures to tell their story.
SportTechie - Pro Sports Data Startup WHOOP Raises Another $3 Million
Infosys made a $3 million investment in US-based sports technology and wearable devices start-up, WHOOP, an early stage company in the US. Infosys will have a minority holding in WHOOP, not exceeding 20% of its outstanding share capital. This investment comes just months after WHOOP raised $22 million in hopes of bringing individualized analytics to athlete training.
Xconomy - As WHOOP Whips UP More Cash, A Look at the Wearables Market
The hype over wearables may be in decline—which means it’s time for some real companies to get built. On Monday, Indian tech giant Infosys said it invested $3 million in Whoop, a Boston-based wearables startup that’s targeting elite athletes. The new money comes on the heels of a $12 million Series B round the performance-monitoring company announced in September.
TechCrunch - Infosys Invests $3 Million in Pro Sports Performance Data Startup WHOOP
Infosys, the India-headquartered consulting and IT firm, is getting into sports and wearables after it announced a $3 million strategic investment in Whoop, a Boston-based company that provides performance data to professional athletes and sports teams.
BostInno - Announcing the 2015 50 On-Fire Winners
Tonight we unveiled the 2015 50 on Fire winners during our annual 50 on Fire celebration. These 50 winners represent a group of diverse individuals and organizations who are driving the innovation economy in Boston and beyond.
Sports Illustrated - A wearable for elite athletes like LeBron James and Michael Phelps
“You get information every day and if you’ve done a good job as a sport coach or, as in my case, a sport scientist, of tracking what they did the day before, you can start to after a while attach numbers to the training and see conclusions with the outcomes,” says Keenan Robinson, the trainer for Phelps.
WHOOP - WHOOP Closes $12M, Announces Availability of its Performance Optimization System Exclusively Designed for Elite Athletes and Teams
Trials Underway Across Major Professional Sports Leagues and College Conferences; System Continuously Measures Strain and Recovery to Help Balance Training, Reduce Injuries & Increase Team Performance
Forbes - WHOOP Is Latest Game Changing Wristband Device To Help Athletes Recover
At some point those silly, little Bluetooth headsets were replaced by silly, little wristbands. Well, throw another device onto the roaring innovation fire, because a new company is hoping to change the way athletes train thanks to wearable technology that brings video game sensibilities to real-life sports.
ESPN - Boston-based company to sell next-generation wristband to athletes
Should a player sit out of a game because he might get hurt? Should a team travel after it plays a game? A new company is hoping to take predictive analytics to sports medicine and, in turn, revolutionize how teams and players themselves think about athletes' bodies and their recovery.
Boston Globe - Athletic wearable startup Whoop rolls out first product, raises $12m
A startup spun out of the Harvard Innovation Lab thinks it can make a dent in the high end of the market by targeting serious athletes. The new gadget, from Boston-based Whoop, is meant to monitor heart rate, sleep patterns, and other data to help athletes fine-tune their bodies.