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Q&A Call with Ivan Bulaja, Olympic sailor and coach on using data to help you win

by Andy Rice 16 Jan 17:42 GMT 17 January 2023
Q&A Call with Ivan Bulaja, Olympic sailor and coach, on using data to help you win © Sailjuice.com

How to use data to help you go faster (whilst avoiding technical overload!)

As an ex-Olympic sailor who represented Croatia in the 470 at Sydney 2000, Ivan Bulaja knows what it takes to go fast. He has been an in-demand Olympic coach ever since, and was looking for a low-hassle data analysis tool to help speed up the performance curve of his sailors.

Unable to find exactly what he was looking for, Ivan developed his own data tool, SailViewer. Although it's not yet well known in the wider market, a few top level medallists are already keen enthusiasts for the user-friendly nature of SailViewer, and the vital feedback it provides.

"Pure and simple insight into your logs. Getting all the needed answers fast..." - Santiago Lange, Olympic Gold Medallist

"I have been using SailViewer from the Olympic dinghies to 90ft Maxi boats. Works great on all occasions..." - Igor Marenic, Olympic Gold Medallist

"SailViewer has been a huge asset to our team. Nowadays it's possible to collect so much data on board but it has always taken many hours to get into the data and extract the answers we are looking for or involved bringing in a specialist to process the data for us. Sailviewer has been a game changer for us - we can upload our data files each day and get answers quickly in a user-friendly platform without having to be super tech-savvy sailors. (I don't even own a laptop)" - John Gimson, Olympic Silver Medallist

Join the Road To Gold Q&A call with Ivan to find out just how this affordable technology can help you speed up the learning curve with minimal technical hassle.

Road To Gold Q&A calls are free to join live, and offer a rare opportunity to speak directly with some of the best sailors in the world. If you've got questions about training, teamwork, attitude, technical challenges, anything related to making your boat go faster, join these calls live. Road To Gold's Andy Rice and Hamish Willcox will be fielding live questions throughout each 60-minute session.

Join Zoom Meeting with Ivan Bulaja
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83122159123?pwd=T1VyUnREbi9zWHg5L2t4THo0Qm9jZz09
Meeting ID: 831 2215 9123
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Make sure you're signed up to the Road To Gold Facebook Group to get further info on the call: www.facebook.com/groups/roadtogoldsquad

It's free the join the call Live, but if you can't make it live you can get downloadable recordings of this session and other Road To Gold Q&As by following the link below and subscribing to the calls at a very favourable rate:

To subscribe to Live Coaching Calls: www.roadtogold.net/p/calls

For more about the 12-step blueprint for a World Class Campaign: www.roadtogold.net

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