SportPXL is an alchemy of technical profiles, sports in competitions and amateur image. Our goal is to provide a tailor-made service to all sports photographers and develop this activity that we love so much.
Gillen Gamiochipi and Guillaume Rousset have teamed up to lead this project from start to finish.
Being on both sides of the fence could be the driving force behind the founders of SportPXL. Both an endurance photographer on behalf of our customers, the majority of the team is nevertheless made up of athletes in competition.
Elaborated empirically, SportPXL has evolved to satisfy the greatest number of players in the sport dealing with sports photographic data.
By being as close as possible to the different stakeholders of the sporting event in competition, both professionally and personally, SportPXL is at the heart of this ecosystem that is just waiting to develop. Because we believe in the values of amateur sport, accessible to as many people as possible, each runner participating in a competition accomplishes a feat that is his or her own
Gillen, a specialist in competitive sports and data, has developed SportPxl to address the issues of sports photo management
An avid sportsman, Guillaume is a competitor at heart. His experience in competition led him to undertake this project
After having practiced competitive sport for a long time, Maylis chose to go to the other side to transform the experience of athletes.
Passionate about sports & IT, Théophile is in charge of our software development.
Amateur sports photographer, Jean remains at your disposal to showcase your projects via the SportPxl software
The three pillars of the solution to address the problem of processing sports photos:
By giving photographers and event organizers the opportunity to identify a snapshot and match it with a database of runners, the software relies on a unique technical nesting
The software allows to distribute the photos by SMS and Email to a base of runners
SPORTPXL gives you the opportunity to monetize your work, and adapt rates to each race