Senior Tyrone GAA club Dromore, have implemented a player-centred approach to performance analysis using Performa Sports iPad app and cloud platform to enhance coaching and learning.
Meath hurlers achieve their 1st Christy Ring Title - twice! Putting aside the controversy of their first game against Antrim, Meath earned an historic replay victory In a nine-goal thriller by a single point at the end of extra-time.
League of Ireland Premier Division Club, Derry City FC have adopted an innovative approach to continual performance improvement through objective analysis and player reflective learning.
2014 MAAC Champions, Rider University women's soccer team have continued to build on their talent development programme in New Jersey using performance analysis as a central coaching tool.
2015 All Ireland Club Senior Football Champions Corofin use Performa Sports to analyse their own consistency, identify opposition opportunities and improve player performance.
2015 National Ladies Football Division 2 Champions, Armagh implemented Performa Sports iPad app and cloud analytics platform as an efficient and easy way to help improve their performance analysis and coaching information for players.
2014 Tyrone Senior League Champions, Killyclogher describe their transition from pen and paper, to iPad and Cloud allowing the players and management to see more and aid performance improvement.
2014 and 2015 All Ireland Senior Camogie Champions, Cork have implemented a strategic approach to player development, opposition analysis and real-time match analysis using Performa Sports to stay ahead of the competition.
The remarkable story of Fr. Anthony Myers and his rugby team Presidente Franco (also known as Los Búfalos) on their journey to the Premier League in Paraguay where they use Performa Sports to compete at the very top of their game.
2015 All Ireland and Ulster U21 Football Champions, Tyrone explain how they use analysis as an educational tool to aid player development and performance improvement.