Sportly is pleased to announce it is partnering with Basketball Tasmania for the 2023/24 SDP Cycle.

As a part of the partnership, all Basketball Tasmania SDP athletes will have access to the  Sportly.Me platform, which will help monitor athlete workloads, their wellness and enhance communication between coaches, athletes, and their parents.

Head of High Performance, Nic Martin, said: “Basketball Tasmania are committed to providing holistic development for our athletes. We have demonstrated this by introducing Personal Growth Weeks to our program, engaging with organisations such as Speak-Up Stay Chatty and PPEP Talk, and our new partnership with Sportly.Me is another great step forward as we look to help athletes achieve their dreams on and off the court.”

“We are thrilled to be in partnership with Sportly.Me and can’t wait to see this program evolve over the course of the cycle.”

Sportly continues to be the platform of choice for sporting organisations with programs focussed on developing emerging athletes. “Our custom solution is purpose built for youth athletes to simplify the collection of player load, wellness and performance data, resulting in higher engagement, reduced risk of injury and better preparation come game day.” said founder, Damien Thomson.

Since its launch in 2020, Sportly has supported over 4,000 young athletes across a growing number of sports and locations around the world. If athlete wellbeing is a priority for your organisation, then please contact us as to learn how Sportly can help keep your athletes in the game. 

Written by Damien Thomson

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