All the latest News, videos, photos and blogs from the EIS.

Celebrating Biomechanics at the EIS: What do biomechanists do inside the organisation?

On National Biomechanics Day, we speak to EIS Biomechanics Project Lead Cat Shin about the work of the discipline inside the EIS, and the way biomechanics interacts with other…
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Q&A with EIS Sports Psychologist Laura Cosgrove and her role with Diving

With the Commonwealth Games in full swing over on the Gold Coast, we spoke to EIS Performance Psychologist Laura Cosgrove, who works with GB’s divers, about how she interacts with the…
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How video analysis is used to improve performance with GB and England Hockey

Ahead of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast this April, we spoke to EIS Performance Analyst Amber Luzar about what her role entails with the GB and England…
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Using Data to Power Sports Performance

Data! Data! Data! I can’t make bricks without clay! Sherlock Holmes, The Adventure of the Copper Beeches When you think of data, you might think of complex numbers and…
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How flexible working has helped retain EIS talent- Job sharing: Emma and Esme’s story

In recognition of International Women’s Day 2018, we spoke to Co-Heads of Physiology Emma Ross and Esme Matthew and learnt about how a job share has enabled them to…
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Celebrating International Women’s Day at the EIS

Today (Thursday 8th March) marks International Women’s Day 2018. The English Institute of Sport is recognising the day by celebrating women employees through highlighting the organisation’s gender diversity and…
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English Institute of Sport named in the 100 Best Not-For-Profit organisations to work for 2018

For the fourth year running the English Institute of Sport (EIS) has been recognised as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit organisations to work for. This year…
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“Two weeks of remarkable and unpredictable sporting drama” EIS chairman John Steele reflects on PyeongChang 2018

With just over two weeks of remarkable, intense and unpredictable sporting drama drawing to a close in PyeongChang, it is timely and appropriate to reflect on what has been…
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Q&A with British Skeleton & EIS physiotherapist Louise Turner

As the Skeleton competition gets underway at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, speaks to EIS physio Louise Turner, who answers our questions!  Can you give a brief overview…
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EIS hosts World Class Pathway Coach Accelerator Programme

In January, the EIS Performance Pathways team hosted the second learning event of their World Class Pathway Coach Accelerator Programme (PCAP) at St George’s Park, designed to support coaches…
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