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Page hails help of ‘Time of Flight’ analysis

20/04/2017
British Trampolinist and Olympic medallist Bryony Page has hailed the impact of a measurement tool that aided her training ahead of the Games last year. Page, who produced a…
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Work underway on medicines management review

20/04/2017
British Cycling has commissioned the English Institute of Sport’s (EIS) Director of Medical Services, Dr Rod Jaques, to conduct an independent review of its medical and physiotherapy teams’ operational…
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EIS appoint Michael Naylor Head of Performance Nutrition

10/04/2017
The English Institute of Sport (EIS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Naylor as its new Head of Performance Nutrition. Naylor, who led nutrition support for Team…
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Friendly Games an important part of sporting calendar

04/04/2017
As today (4th April) marks one year to go to the Commonwealth Games 2018 on Australia’s Gold Coast the ‘friendly games’, as they are often referred to, form an…
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Hard work starts now as the UK’s high performance system aims for Tokyo 2020 success

31/03/2017
Tomorrow is the official start of the Olympic and Paralympic cycle for Tokyo. It will mark the start of four years of hard work. However, for those that work…
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Partners come together for Paralympic Performance

29/03/2017
Partners across the high performance system will come together to focus on Paralympic Performance this week thanks to a collaboration between the British Paralympic Association (BPA), the English Institute…
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Mentoring scheme provides opportunities for elite athletes

27/03/2017
More than 100 athletes and business leaders attended the launch of a pioneering Athlete to Business (A2B) mentoring scheme earlier this month aimed at giving athletes the opportunity to plan…
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Historic World Championship Gold for Christie

14/03/2017
Elise Christie made history at this weekend’s Short Track World Championships as she secured three world titles in Rotterdam. On Saturday, she became the first British woman to win…
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Female role models gave me the confidence to progress says Harrison

08/03/2017
As today (8th March) marks International Women’s Day the English Institute of Sport’s (EIS) Head of Performance Lifestyle, Jo Harrison, has told eis2win.co.uk how the encouragement of female colleagues…
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Exciting opportunities to join the Team behind the Team

23/02/2017
Following Team GB and Paralympics GB’s historic achievements in Rio last year there’s never been a more exciting time to be involved in elite sport and the EIS, which…
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