Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation and startup hub Imaguru will host an international SportTech Hackathon on November 26-28, 2021
SportTech Hackathon is an international forum for the development of high-tech solutions for professional sports and a healthy lifestyle, which will be held from 26 to 28 November 2021 at the European offices of Imaguru in Vilnius and Madrid, as well as online.

The Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation, together with the startup hub Imaguru, will create a unique platform for the creation of new and modern IT solutions for the development of sports and the sports industry.

Over 42 hours, talented programmers, business analysts, designers, managers, and marketers will work on IT projects under the guidance of the best mentors in the field of technology and business: entrepreneurs, engineers, investors, and experts from around the world.

The result of the hackathon will be the creation of prototypes of solutions for sports marketing, management, sports analytics, management of competitions and sports events, the development of innovations in sports corporations, as well as solutions for healthy lifestyle, sports and fitness, sports nutrition, and other areas.

Aliaksandra Herasimenia, head of the Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation, says: “The achievements of Belarusian athletes at the last Olympic Games and club championships have shown that Belarusian sports require radical changes and a new approach. We know that we have really awesome IT specialists and an incredible number of talented people who can offer modern solutions for the development of the sports industry not only in Belarus, but also in the world as a whole”
Famous Belarusian athletes will act as the star ambassadors of the hackathon: silver Olympic medalist in track and field athletics Andrei Krauchank, Cirque du Soleil circus performer Siamion Bukin, ex-captain of the national basketball team of Belarus Katsiaryna Snytsina, silver medalist of the European U23 Championship in athletics Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, World and European Champion in sambo Stsiapan Papou and others.

Tatiana Marinich, founder and CEO of the startup hub Imaguru: “Sports and the venture industry, business in general, have a lot in common. The main thing that unites us is a focus on results. I really hope that our SportTech Hackathon is the first step towards the overall result.We are open both to creators of new solutions in the field of sport tech and to investors who understand that sports is a relevant area for innovation and investment, and are prepared to support athletes. I am certain that new solutions born at the hackathon will grow into real businesses in demand.”

Programmers, designers, business analysts, marketers, managers and entrepreneurs who are ready to offer modern solutions for the development of the sports industry are invited to participate in the hackathon.

While developing projects, one can use any technology, including AI, robotics, blockchain, big data, machine learning.

To take part in the hackathon, you need to register on the project's website

Follow the project's main news on the Foundation's Facebook and Instagram accounts and be sure to join in. The online broadcast of the hackathon will be available on our YouTube channel.
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