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- Swimming – 20 Medal points @ $1.9M per point
- Sailing – 9 Medal points @ $3.2M per point
- Rowing – 7 Medal points @ $4.6M per point
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- Pentathlon – 3 Medal points @ $0.3M per point
- Rugby 7’s – 3 Medal points @ $2.3M per point
- Shooting – 3 Medal points @ $2.8M per point
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- Athletics – 3 Medal points @ $9.6M per point
- Cycling – 3 Medal points @ $11.4M per point
- Canoeing – 2 Medal points @ 9.4M per point
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- Hockey – 0 Medal points with $28.6M invested
- Basketball – 0 Medal points with $21.1M invested
- Waterpolo – 0 Medal points with $15M invested
- Gymnastics – 0 Medal points with $10.6M invested
The AIS, which recruits Australia’s best athletes, and has been using technology and data for over a decade now to get more athletes on the podium, must look at the above results to separate the performers from the failures, in order to understand the macro picture. It needs to match it against its data base of Olympians, best athletes and of course, each sporting category, to figure out why some things worked, why others didn’t. For example, in the “Washout” category, was it the talent identification factor that had gone awry, or was it talent tracking, to begin with?
That’s the way data analytics can unlock the potential in sports teams, and help organisations form strategies that are backed by historical data and performance predictions.
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