All the latest News and Blogs from the EIS

European Para Table Tennis Champs preview with Will Bayley, Ross Wilson and Aaron McKibbin

We preview the upcoming European Para Table Tennis Championships with Paralympic medalists Will Bayley, Ross Wilson and Aaron McKibbin. The Euros take place in Slovenia from 28th September to…
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The #MyMiles Challenge: SportsAid Week

The #MyMiles Challenge: SportsAid Week, 25 September – 1 October 2017 The #MyMiles challenge is new to SportsAid Week – a social media led campaign asking YOU to keep…
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Q&A with British Triathlon’s Head of Physical Preparation

British Triathlon’s Head of Physical Preparation Ian Pyper, talks us through his role within the sport, his career journey and the preparation work which goes in to major competitions.…
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Performance Analyst Chris Barry describes his role and everyday duties with British Judo

EIS and British Judo Performance Analyst Chris Barry talks about his day-to-day job, how Performance Analysis helps improves decision making and performance in judo and explains how he got…
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Short Track Speed Skating’s PD on the preparations for PyeongChang 2018 and the disciplines inside the sport

With the Winter Olympics only five months away, Short Track Speed Skating Performance Director Stewart Laing speaks about preparations for PyeongChang 2018, the different sport science disciplines and the…
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Applications open for Skills4Performance 2018

Applications for the English Institute of Sport’s (EIS) hugely successful three-day immersive residential course, ‘Skills4Performance’ are now open, with applications closing on Monday 16th October 2017. The EIS is looking for…
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GB Judo’s Nekoda Davis describes the EIS support she received during injury

In August, Nekoda Davis won Great Britain’s first Judo World Championships medal since 2010. After an injury hit year, she explains how the support she received from the EIS…
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A practitioner’s perspective: Working at the 2017 Athletics World Championships

Working at the Athletics World Championships from a practitioner’s perspective What is it like to work as a practitioner at a World Championships event? British Athletics and EIS physiologist…
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Hypoxic training: The effects, adaptations and benefits in boxing

Hypoxic training: The effects, adaptations and benefits in boxing   As ten boxers from Team GB take to the rings at the 2017 World Championships in Hamburg, we speak…
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Top nutrition tips when taking part in a parkrun

Ever wondered about the best food and drink to consume before a light jog or short run? Or are you taking part in the nationwide parkrun event on Saturday…
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