We exist to improve the performance of athletes and teams
We've been at the forefront of sports science since 2006. Working with over 2,970 teams around the world, our technology is trusted to drive performance at all levels of sport.
We understand sport. With a global team of experienced sports science practitioners, we are committed to helping your organisation unlock its competitive edge.
We don’t just work in sport, we help to shape its future. Driving innovation through ambitious research and development initiatives, our solutions are designed to push performance to new heights.
We possess the largest R&D team in the industry, allowing us to continually innovate and deliver cutting-edge solutions.
Trusted by teams and organisations worldwide
We’ve proven our value to elite sports teams around the world since 2006.
"Over our time of using Catapult, we have seen a reduction in soft tissue injuries as we expose our players to similar intensities experienced in matches."
Director of Performance Analysis
Moose Jaw Warriors
"The platform is so streamlined and easy to use, it works effortlessly with our computers, but the biggest thing is that it makes preparing and teaching easy and efficient."
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Women’s Basketball
"Catapult just got it. They understood what we needed from a performance perspective while also bringing costs in line with our budget."
Temple University men’s soccer
"To put it simply, Catapult just makes sure we are consistently performing at the highest possible level. It really provides that confidence to know that we are doing the right things on- and off-the-field and gives us a competitive advantage."
University of Kentucky Women’s Soccer
"The players are getting the benefits. They can see things a lot better, and understand things a lot better."
Al-Wakrah Sports Club
"It is essential within my role as a performance analyst to have technology like Catapult Vision."
Independent scientific validation is central to our research and development process.
To date Catapult has been referenced in over 100 academic journal articles.