By drawing on expertise across the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech Athletics, Atlanta professional sports teams and industry partners, SPRINT is fulfilling our vision of making Atlanta the global leader in SPorts Research, INnovation & Technology.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is a leading research university committed to improving the human condition through advanced science and technology. Georgia Tech’s SPRINT has access to a tremendous breadth and depth of SPORTS related research, innovation, technology and expertise across campus and the greater Atlanta area.
- injury prevention, diagnosis, and management
- strength and conditioning
- rest, recovery, and regeneration
- hydration and nutrition
- apparel & equipment design and safety
- wearable sensor technology and data collection-capture
- performance analysis, sport optimization
- individual and team analytics
- talent evaluation
- In-Game Engagement
- Relationship Management
- Customer Marketing
- Game Day Operations
- Venue Management
Highlighted Research, News & Events
Picture a football player coming back from a torn knee ligament. To judge whether he’s ready to get back on the field, the standard evaluation might entail a medical examination and testing,...
Strength and conditioning has become a data-driven enterprise. Innovative devices and software help coaches understand their athletes’ limits, monitor progress and assist in recovery. They’ve...
Pitch by pitch this fall, Jonathan Hughes fired his four-seam fastball in the Georgia Tech bullpen. With each toss, a readout of the Georgia Tech senior’s spin efficiency popped up on an iPad. Along...
For the second year in a row Georgia Tech hosted a semi-private gathering bringing together Georgia Tech, the Atlanta professional teams, and corporate partners to create an increased awareness and...
The Exercise Physiology Laboratory, School of Biological Sciences, directed by Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford examines nutritional and training interventions that improve sport performance. Her group...
The 2018 Georgia Tech Sports Innovation Challenge was a 24-hour hackathon, which invited innovators to accept challenges of transforming ideas for sports technology into reality. Twenty-four teams...