FEI launches new scheduling app

| 29 April 2014 7:39 am | 0 Comments
Athletes including Australia’s Boyd Exell, the world and four-time FEI World Cup Driving champion and athlete representative on the FEI Driving Committee, will be using the newly launched FEI SportApp to plan their busy competition schedules.

Athletes including Australian driver Boyd Exell will be using the newly launched FEI SportApp to plan their busy competition schedules. © Germain Arias-Schreiber/FEI

A new app for equestrians has been launched by the FEI on the first day of its Sports Forum in Switzerland.

The free FEI SportApp allows users access to the FEI’s entire sports calendar, including detailed programmes and schedules.

FEI athletes can also use the app to see clearly which events they are entered for with their horses, get live information on their upcoming entries and sign up to push notifications for every accepted entry.

The app, available now on the Apple Store and Google Play (for Android), will be further developed to include specific functionalities for grooms, officials and event organisers.

“We have thousands of events in our 2014 calendar, and we will have more next year as our sport continues to grow globally,” said Gaspard Dufour, FEI IT Manager at yesterday’s launch to more than 300 delegates at the FEI Sports Forum.

“The FEI SportApp is a must-have for those who want to follow key events, and is essential for athletes planning their campaigns and organising their lives around their busy competition schedules,” explained Dufour.

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