RIO 2016 OLYMPICS
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Go @Elise_Christie @GB_ShortTrack adding to her gold by taking SILVER in the ladies 500m
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Ian Gatt, Senior Physiotherapist
Excitement and anticipation is growing with six months to go to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Athlete Profiling in Judo
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John Steele, EIS Chair
As we head into a New Year and ever closer to Rio 2016, every athlete will be focused on achieving medal success in Brazil.
Optimism for UK high performance system
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System in the UK is in as strong a place as it has ever been to my memory...
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