A data-driven performance management platform for Track and Field communities
Zelos is zealous about sports! Zelos is a live data, real-time centralized knowledge base for global sports communities, starting with Track & Field.
Sports data are fragmented. Zelos is focused on easing the following pain points:
- Discovering results
- Assessing progress
- Accomplishing goals
Zelos took the 1,764 qualified athletes, simulated results for prelims, semis, and finals down to every place/time and published morning and evening results the 10 days with the exception of multis and marathon. Check out their promo here, in addition to releasing the full results in the Zelos tool where users could also browse through results. Zelos designed and published hundreds of highly visual posts on instagram, facebook, twitter, as well as the Zelos blog with editorial copy on every race..
After the games, Zelows followed up with a dozen of the most interesting highlights (World Records, National Record, PRs, Sweeps). Below are some highlights:
- UW Hurdler Gianna placed 25th, just missing semis but incredible to see, and excited even more for her this next year
- We projected Mondo Duplantis going 6.07 meters and he jumped 6.07 10 days after our forecast
- USA women swept 400m Hurdles
- Noah Lyles broke the USA 200m record.
- There was a jump off for the women's pole vault, with Sandi Morris winning.