Sportlogiq’s Craig Buntin on his Olympics-to-analytics journey, bringing data to coaches, and why numbers can’t tell you everything about an athlete


After retiring from figure skating, Buntin figured he’d never work in sports again. Then he co-founded an AI-focused sports analytics company.
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