Hale Dynamics was founded by John Hale, an engineer with significant experience across aerospace, sports and medical devices.
John brings not only his extensive engineering knowledge, but has also competed as an athlete at an elite level for a number of years in rowing and cycling.
After gaining a degree in engineering from Cambridge University (with a masters in heart rate variability monitoring), John has since worked in medical device design, rowing equipment and aerospace composites manufacture.
John has competed at the highest levels of sport for many years, initially in rowing and subsequently cycling, with some running and duathlon as “cross training” during the winter months.
Rowing: 2014 HRR finalist, 2014 Commonwealth 4- (Gold), 2016 Olympic Trials (6th, LM1x), 2010 FISU world universities GBR 4- (4th), BUCS 2009 (Gold, SIlver), 3x Lightweight Boat Race vs Oxford
Cycling: 2018 Tour of Sussex (Win + 3 stages), 2019 Ras Mumhan (7th), 2019 BC TT (16th), 4th to Elite in 3 years.
Duathlon: 2018 London Duathlon (win), 2019 Chilly Duathlon (win), 2019 English Champs (5th)
With the increasing demand for aerodynamic analysis via wind-tunnel and velodrome testing, Hale Dynamics can bring much of that analysis at a fraction of the cost. Moreover, through the use of handheld 3D scanning technology and CFD (computational fluid dynamics), the testing can be taken to the customer.