Mauro Testa

Mauro Testa was born in Turin in 1959, holds a degree in Sports Science, and since 1990 has been working in the field of posture, ergonomics and biomechanics. In 1994 he developed a new type of shin guard with Juventus club doctor Pasquale Bergamo. Since then, he has developed numerous innovative protection, paving, sports clothes and sports equipment products, many of which he has patented. He designed a new athletics track for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which was used by the IAFF at the 2011 World Championships in Korea and by the IOC for the 2012 London Olympics given its success in terms of results (36 records) and prevention (zero injuries). Over the years he has worked with Bologna, ChievoVerona, Torino, Spezia Calcio and Bellinzona in Switzerland. From 2012 to 2014 he was in charge of Parma FC’s Research and Training Centre. In 2014 he set up Biomoove.