Cricket Scotland have announced an exciting partnership with ART Health Solutions to give players and staff at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup access to their One Wellbeing product which uses data to promote employee health and performance.
One Wellbeing is a remote product designed to optimise wellbeing and performance and provide users with actionable insights to support them, which will be used by the players throughout their stay in Oman and UAE.
With the Scotland squad restricted to a managed environment by COVID-19 regulations while they are away from home, player welfare is critical and the One Wellbeing product offers the perfect solution to monitor the team throughout the tournament by use of an app.
Louise Finlayson, the team’s Wellbeing Manager said: “Myself and the team are delighted to be working with ART to ensure our players’ health & wellbeing is well looked after during the T20 World Cup. ART’s novel digital data driven approach ensures we can accurately monitor the squad during this crucial period for us and provide tailored support as required.”
Cricket Scotland CEO Gus Mackay said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us into operating in Managed Environments and the wellbeing of our players is particularly critical at this time on what we hope will be a long and successful tour. We’re grateful to ART Health Solutions for their support.”
Paul Smith, Chief Strategy Officer at ART Health Solutions said: “Being able to work with Cricket Scotland is an exciting opportunity for us as we further develop our One Wellbeing product to meet the needs of elite sports teams and athletes. With our team’s background of working with world class sports people, we fully appreciate the importance of supporting athlete wellbeing and performance through accurate insights and data”