V1 Sports, the maker of video analysis software and mobile apps, recently closed a round of funding from Black Cat Ventures.

Black Cat Ventures is the golf technology fund founded by Michael Jordan and managed by his partners Ken Weyand and Darren May, the general manager and golf coach at The Grove XXIII in Hobe Sound, FL, respectively.

Under the direction of CEO Bryan Finnerty, V1 has developed into a game-improvement ecosystem for coaches and athletes across multiple sports.

“Our team has been working to make V1 Sports mean ‘more things to more athletes’ and to be attractive to potential investors,” Finnerty said. “We’re pleased that our investors’ enthusiasm for the process of sports instruction, development and training truly aligns and now sets the framework for an ecosystem athletes and coaches can trust for a lifetime.”

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