RCA is pleased to announce its partnership with Canadian Athlete Management System company Kinduct.
Kinduct’s platform will allow RCA to better track athletes along the High Performance Development pathway, and contains key aspects of performance monitoring as well as robust Sport Science and Sport Medicine tracking.
“The Kinduct system offers tools and graphics that streamline performance reporting, allowing us to better support athlete and coach development,” said Chuck McDiarmid, RCA NextGen Program Lead. “The Kinduct team was very supportive throughout our transition and introduction to their platform and we are looking forward to continuing to work closely with them.”
“We’re extremely excited and proud to be working with Rowing Canada Aviron,” said Matt English, Kinduct Account Executive. “Their entire team has taken an innovative approach to monitoring their high performance athletes, as well as creating a more standardized plan for assessing the next generation of rowers across the country. We’re looking forward to providing a best-in-class solution for Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls as we continue to work with more NSO organizations across Canada.”
RCA has completed the transition of its athlete tracking database to the Kinduct system. Questions regarding the new database and RADAR submissions can be directed to Chuck McDiarmid.
Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) is a non-profit organization recognized by the Government of Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee as the national governing body for rowing in Canada.
RCA is a member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and the Fédération internationale des sociétés d’aviron (FISA), the international federation for rowing.
RCA was originally founded as “The Canadian Association of Amateur Oarsmen” in 1880 by the rowing clubs then in existence – to coordinate and regulate the sport of amateur rowing. In 1974 the name was changed to “The Canadian Amateur Rowing Association – Association Canadienne d’Aviron Amateur”, which is the legally constituted name. Rowing Canada Aviron is now used as the operating name.
Kinduct’s Athlete Management System is used by over 500 teams, leagues, organizations, and performance centres around the world. Through its secure, cloud-based Athlete Management System, Kinduct consolidates athlete performance and injury data, improving workflow and optimizing performance for thousands of coaches, trainers, and athletes. Kinduct is also integrated with many world-leading wearables, assessment and data collection technologies, turning rich data into powerful insights. Visit www.kinduct.com for more information.