Athletes Network Partners with CAP to deliver Concussion Prevention, Brain Repair Programs
Opening more doors to the NFL, CFL, IFAF, AFI as well as Minor League Football World Development
Calgary, Alberta and Oakland, California, – October 16, 2018 – CAP Corporation (CAP) and Athletesnetwork1 (AN) announced today their partnership to deliver The CAP Concussion Prevention, Brain Repair and Education Programs in the United States, Canada and Internationally.
AN has been providing training, camps, scouting, and recruiting services since 2008. Founder and Head Coach, Michael Greer has a distinguished football career on and off the field. He played professionally for the Los Angeles Raiders, Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Barcelona Dragons. Since his playing career, he has held positions at every level of football including scouting, coaching and training. He also sits on the World Development Football league and States Development Football League.
Mike Greer, stated that, “Partnering with CAP was not a hard decision to make. Other solutions have always focused on better helmets and equipment, no contact in practices, rule changes, but this is an entirely different approach that is truly revolutionary and will have a huge impact towards player safety in football and other sports.”
Kim Adolphe, CAP CEO added, “This is another major step for CAP to implement our concussion prevention program in the biggest football market in the world. We are very excited and grateful to partner with AN. We have a mutual mission, to give athletes the tools, training, and education to be safe and responsible for their own safety at every level of sport.”
About CAP Corporation
CAP was founded on the principle that preventing concussions is about changing the athlete, not the sport. The CAP technology and patented RAM machine is the ONLY solution in the world that is clinically validated to safely test the risk of sustaining concussions and, prevent them from occurring. CAP also offers a Brain Repair Program that uses state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and therapies.
CAP dedicates 20% of revenues towards funding amateur sports, nonprofits, and concussion research working closely with leading scientists at Universities, Government, and Private Institutes.
About Athletes Network
For more information,
visit CAP at www.concussionactiveprevention.com, email
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