Slide Gain competitive advantage by selecting
the right talents at the right time
Evidence-based talent identification

During puberty, athletes of the same age can differ immensely in size, maturity status and physical functioning, and the real talents are often overlooked.

Maturity-based benchmarking & bio-banding allows you to assess talent during the interval of pubertal growth.

Hit the ground running: start with our of-the-shelve test sets & reference values and we’ll build your dedicated model together.

What Hylyght can do for you:
Collect data to discover strengths and weaknesses
Identify talent – before, during and after puberty
Account for maturity status and growth
Share results with athletes and coaches in a heartbeat
The platform is your playing field
Results are available in your online tool immediately after testing.
Assess benchmark scores and sort your athletes based on maturity or test results.
Your platform aggregates all available information into actionable reports and puts your athletes at the heart of the equation.
Hylyght platform
Benchmark against peers

Use our reference values or your own.

Track evolution

Monitor individual and team progress, set targets.

Estimate maturity

You can combine different formulas and AI.

+10 years of experience
Hylyght Talent is building on +10 years of experience of SpartaNova and
has been working with a number of teams for many years:
Research
Bio-Banding in Youth Sports: Background, Concept,
and Application.
Malina, R.M., Cumming, S.P., Rogol, A.D. et al. Sports Med 49, 1671–1685 (2019).
Does an eye-hand coordination test have added value as part of talent identification in table tennis? A validity and reproducibility study.
PLoS One.
Faber IR, Oosterveld FG, Nijhuis-Van der Sanden MW., 2014;9(1):e85657. Published 2014 Jan 17. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0085657
Predictive models reduce talent development costs in female gymnastics.
Johan Pion, Andreas Hohmann, Tianbiao Liu, Matthieu Lenoir & Veerle Segers (2017) , Journal of Sports Sciences, 35:8, 806-
811, DOI.
Developed with the support of: