1pm, 8th June 2022
Analytics in the pool
How performance analytics helps Swimming Australia win gold
With nine gold medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the Australian Dolphins became the most successful gold-medal winning squad in Australian Olympic history. For Jess Corones, Swimming Insight & Olympic Campaign Lead (Performance Support) at Swimming Australia, it was the culmination of an exciting 24-month performance support journey - from juggling analysis via spreadsheets to advanced predictive analytics using cloud based machine learning.
Join us at 1pm on 8 June to hear Jess share her journey, the learnings and the excitement of seeing predictions within 0.1 of a second of the actual results. This one-hour webinar will delve into the role advanced analytics played in the preparation, coaching and selection of the swim team that delivered a historic nine gold, three silver and eight bronze medals in the pool.
Join us for lunch with Jess and plenty of time for questions.
Date: 8 June 2022
Swimming Insight & Olympic Campaign Lead (Performance Support)
Jessica Corones is the Performance Solutions Manager at Swimming Australia.
Jess Corones is an experienced sport scientist with a deep understanding of performance for the coach and athlete. Having worked in the Australian sporting system in a number of different high performance roles from biomechanics and performance analyst to talent identification and development to the elite level performance. Jess has implemented and driven a number of innovation and technology projects in the Australian Swim Team and led the performance support team on the Australian Olympic Swim Team in Tokyo to their most successful Olympic performance in history.
Swimming Australia is the peak body for swimming with nearly 1,000 clubs and 90,000 registered members nationally. Swimming Australia’s vision is to create a nation of swimmers admired by the world, striving towards this vision every day through inspiring Australians to be the best swimmer they want to be – from grass roots community participation through to elite level swimmers representing our country and themselves on the global stage.