It’s the new way to get the edge no one else has.

The answers are all in the new data being captured by wearables and tracking devices. But you have to know how to find them.

The Sports Biometrics Conference will reveal the secrets of how to turn the data into more wins. Create better game strategies. Keep players on the field by minimizing injuries. Enhance player skills. Keep them at peak performance.

We are excited to return to San Francisco on November 27-29, 2018 for our next conference!


  • Building a High Performance Team – from Data to Wins
  • New Developments in Sports Technology
  • Using Data to Improve Athletic Performance
  • Creating Competitive Advantages In Performance and Injury Prevention
  • Infrared Thermography for Injury Prevention
  • New Paradigms: Resistance Training and Proteins
  • The Performance Cortex: How Athletes Make Decisions
  • Case Studies: Sports Biometrics in Baseball, Football, and Basketball
  • Utilizing Neuroscience and Biometrics to Create Customized Performance Programs
  • How to Successfully Evaluate and Implement New Sports Technology
  • Sleep, Jet Lag and Performance


  • Sports Executives
  • Coaches
  • Trainers
  • Sports Scientists
  • Sports Analysts
  • Exercise Physiologists

The conference will represent a chance for attendees to learn more about biometrics trends, tools, products, models, best practices and strategies, and an important opportunity to meet with their peers one on one, in person.

We’ll help you separate myth from reality as we provide unbiased assessments of leading edge technologies.





Peter Vint
Mark Kovacs
Kovacs Institute
Gatorade SSI
Dave Martin
Philadelphia 76ers
Ken Crenshaw
Arizona Diamondbacks
Lorena Torres Ronda
San Antonio Spurs
Marcus Eilliot
P3 Analytics
Dave Phillips
Titleist Performance
Javier Arnaiz Lastras
Performance Specialist
James Onate
Ohio State
Zach Schonbrun
Author, New York Times


And More!….




Discover the latest developments in sports biometrics from speakers and attendees who have worked with over 100 elite sports teams, including:

Arizona State University ● Atlanta Falcons ● Boston Celtics ● Boston Red Sox ● Boston University ● Brooklyn Nets ● Calgary Flames ● Canadian Soccer Team ● Colorado Rockies ● Dallas Mavericks ● Florida State University ● Golden State Warriors ● Manchester United ● New England Patriots ● Real Madrid ● Seattle Mariners ● Seattle Seahawks ● Seattle Sounders ● Spanish World Cup Soccer Team ● University of Michigan ● US Soccer Team ● Vancouver Canucks

National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved 1.0 CEU(s) in category A for certified individuals attending this event.

"We have taken a deliberate approach to determining our direction in sports science and this conference has been a significant part of that. The insightful presentations about methodologies and practical applications have sparked ideas for the types of initiatives we’d like to implement and the types of people we’d like to lead us down that path. I very much look forward to attending the next conference with our new sports scientist."- Zack Scott, VP Baseball R&D, Boston Red Sox

"One of my favorite conferences each year because of the presenters. Most conferences are now sales pitches and high level marketing - this one you can truly get something to take away and use while meeting other professional from different sports..” - Paul Robbins, Director of Elite Performance at STATS

"The Sports Biometrics Conference is unparalleled in the opportunities it provides to interact with a variety of professionals. The speaker line up is the most diverse and well rounded lineup with the world’s most innovative leaders in areas of sports. It provided immediate and practical strategies that I could take back to my athletes and university leadership."- Paul Chandler, Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Florida

"The 2017 Sports Biometrics Conference was outstanding. Hearing about the needs and experiences of front line users along with their questions was extremely helpful and a real eye opener.” - Michael Joyner, Sports Scientist, developer, original “2-hour” marathon concept