TritonWear strives to simplify analyzing large amounts of data and tracking progress for individual athletes and at scale for complex team structures. TritonWear AI-based tools analyze each athlete’s training data and show how well they trained with an easy-to-understand score.
The Triton score ranks performance in three key areas: overall health, skill execution & training intensity. TritonWear Teams enables recruiters, coaches, and support staff to build integrated team structures and even track an entire nation.
How To Track Progress At Scale
Triton Score and TritonWear Teams combine to become the most comprehensive and easy-to-use tracking system for coaches, recruiters and admins. With a simple glance at Triton Score, you will know which athletes are doing well and who need your help without digging through mountains of data. With TritonWear Teams, you will view how your entire organization performs, from community club teams to whole nations.
For a multi-level team, the first team created will be the top team, for example, the National Federation, the College, or the Club. Once you have made the top-level team, you can enter and start building your Team Hub. In a club structure, this means creating the Elite Performance group first and then building out all the different multi-level groups within your club team.
At a National Federation level, this means creating the National Team and then building out any regional high-performance groups, academies and so on, with as many levels as needed to recreate an organizational pyramid structure.
How To Track Progress For The Individual Athlete
Athletes can create and join teams to share their progress with coaches, recruiters or other swimmers. As a member, you have complete control over how you share your data and progress. If you are all about putting the ‘’who is faster’’ debate to rest with your swim friends, you can create your team and invite them to join. Finally, you can get creative and have fun with your team by running metric-focused games and swim-offs. Remember that the person making the team is automatically the owner of that team and is responsible for managing members and creating the overall team structure.