Haydale and WCPC awarded contract to develop advanced wearable technology for athletes training for the 2020 Olympic Games

Haydale has been jointly awarded a contract by the English Institute for Sport (‘EIS’) for the development of advanced wearable technology for elite athletes in training for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The EIS will use Haydale and its long-term partner the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating at Swansea University to incorporate graphene coatings into a range of clothing for elite performers.

Initial work is already in progress to incorporate Haydale’s advanced materials into flexible, printable coatings which will be embedded into a range of apparel for elite athletes. Initial deliverables include prototype wearable technology garments which demonstrate the form, technical functionality and wearability aspects required by elite athletes. Production is expected for garments for use by athletes during their training and in competitions up to 2020.

Haydale also recently reported its preliminary financial and business results for FY2018 (which ended on June 2018).

Posted: Sep 20,2018 by Roni Peleg