Sleep is increasingly recognised as being an essential component of performance and recovery in individuals, sporting teams and with elite and amateur athletes. Sleep may be negatively affected during training and competition due to.

  • Travel and jetlag for competition or over a season
  • Shiftwork and lifestyle factors such as working from home and irregular work hours
  • Intensified training load, scheduling of training, work, travel, media, and competition,
  • Ergogenic aids including caffeine and or alcohol,
  • The use of electronic devices, workload, stress, and external factors.
  • The potential presence of sleep disorders, disturbances, and problem that impacts cognitive and physical performance.

All of which can affect cognition, alertness, and physical performance of athletes. We offer world-class services to support athletes, teams, and coaches in overcoming these issues.


Our experience, clients and research partners include: