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Insights and
Network Lunch Series:
Athlete Data

14th September 2023 at Kia Oval, London
Insights and Network Lunch Series meet industry peers make new contacts

Ownership of Athlete Data Should
Remain the Property of the
Organization Collecting It...

… Or should it?

Data is giving us more athlete and player performance data than ever before … but where is it heading?
  • Who owns – or should own – this data
  • When does it stop being a training asset and become a commercial one
  • Who gets the revenue
  • Should performance data ever be used for fan engagement …or betting …or broadcast
If you work in athlete representation, betting, broadcast, coaching, content creation, marketing, sponsorship, sports governance or technology, you need to know!
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On 14th September at The Kia Oval we heard four industry experts exchange views on Athlete Data Ownership in a fun debate format, followed by a networking lunch. If you’d like to attend our next Insights and Networking lunch, please pre-register your interest here.


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Andrew Steele OLY

Sports Tech Entrepreneur

Alia, DNAFit, DDRobotec

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Andy Danson

Head of Media, Entertainment & Sport

Bird & Bird LLP

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Paul McKernan

Managing Director


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Tim Lopez


CSM Talent


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John Inverdale

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Rebecca Hopkins

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