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Many athletes now self-monitor their performance through the use of technology that tracks personal data via a wearable device. Some devices aid injury prevention, through the use of data for medical analysis like Saracens ‘xPatch’ that measures the effects of concussion on players; and Leicester City Football Club use of a ‘Catapult Sport’s OptimEye S5 device’, which collects data relating to acceleration, direction, position and the impact of collisions. Legal issues in particular regarding data ownership and privacy for those who collect and use athlete’s data are many and clubs, leagues, governing bodies, federations, agents and athletes may easily fall foul of the new Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR regulations.
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