Uniquely blending Data Science and Sports Science to generate customized indicators of injury, optimal training load and recovery strategies.
“Orreco allows us to provide our players with timely and customized interventions based on their own data and specific to each athlete's needs. Our players respond well to the individualization, and it enables them to play a significant role in their own recovery status.”
Head Athletic Trainer, Dallas Mavericks
We work with coaching, performance, and medical staff to make sense of your data. We apply advanced research-driven solutions in science and analytics to deliver actionable insights and strategies that help keep your players off the bench and ready to perform.
Inspired by a love of sport and a fascination with what drives performance in athletes, Orreco was founded in 2009 by Dr. Brian Moore and Dr. Andrew Hodgson. Their goal then and now is to use proven sports and data science to enable elite athletes to consistently perform at their very best.
“With Orreco’s assistance I have been able to obtain objective information about my readiness to train and, in my opinion, their support is a must for athletes competing at the highest level of their respective sports.”
Pádraig Harrington, Professional Golfer, European Tour and PGA Tour
Orreco’s scientists bring an unrivalled level of expertise to the fields of sports and data science. Our multi-disciplinary team includes researchers and practitioners, giving us both academic and practical experience, and giving you the power and knowledge you need for a competitive edge.See our full team
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(2017) Alterations in redox homeostasis during recovery from unexplained underperformance syndrome in an elite international rower.
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance.
(2017) Sport, exercise and the menstrual cycle: where is the research?
British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51
(2015) Can clinicians and scientists explain and prevent unexplained underperformance syndrome in elite athletes: An inter-disciplinary perspective and 2016 update.
BMJ Open: Sport and Exercise Medicine
(2016) The effects of exercise on alterations in redox homeostasis in elite male and female endurance athletes using a clinical point of care test.
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism
(2017) The epigenetic clock and physical development during childhood and adolescence: longitudinal analysis from a UK birth cohort.
International Journal of Epidemiology [Epub ahead of print]
(2017) A cross-sectional analysis of verbal memory and executive control across athletes with varying menstrual status and non-athletes.
Journal of Psychiatric Research, [Epub ahead of print]