What is the EIS in sport?

The English Institute of Sport (EIS) provides exceptional support services to improve sporting performance. A network of over 400 world-leading experts and practitioners in science, medicine, technology and engineering enables athletes to realise their potential and excel.

Who designed the AIS?

Two reports were the basis for developing the AIS: The Role, Scope and Development of Recreation in Australia (1973) by John Bloomfield and Report of the Australian Sports Institute Study Group (1975) (group chaired by Allan Coles).

What sports do AIS have?

The AIS has four grass fields located within close proximity of each other. Two fields are primarily suited for football (soccer) and both rugby codes. These playing fields are 105m x 68m each in dimension. The other two fields are suitable for football, both rugby codes and AFL.

How many sports does the AIS have?

Malcolm Fraser on 26 January (Australia Day). Don Talbot was appointed inaugural AIS Director and Kevan Gosper, Chair of the AIS Board. The eight founding sports were basketball, gymnastics, netball, swimming, tennis, track and field, football, and weightlifting.

What does the EIS help with?

The EIS is the largest single provider of world-class science, medicine, technology and engineering services within the sport sector to Olympic and Paralympic sports in the UK. We work with the World Class Programmes in those sports, as well as individual elite athletes through medal support plans.

Where are the EIS high performance Centres?

The EIS High Performance Centre at Loughborough supports athletes from a wide range of sports. Services across the east midlands are also provided from Holme Pierrepont Sports Centre in Nottingham.

Why did they build the AIS?

The AIS was built in 1981 to be an innovative problem-solver for Australian sport, following the failed 1976 Montreal Olympic campaign where Australia did not win a single gold medal.

What is the National Institute Network?

The National Institute Network (NIN) represents the network of State Institutes and Academies of Sport.

Who are the main sponsors of the AIS?

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is delighted to announce it has extended its pre-existing partnership with Nestlé Australia for another 12 months. Nestlé for Healthier Kids ambassadors, Cameron Girdlestone and Edwina Bone.

When can you claim EIS?

You will normally claim EIS tax relief when you complete your tax return. You will be asked some information which is included in your EIS3 certificates. These are certificates you receive from each of the companies you invested in, typically a few months after the investment.

Who qualifies for EIS relief?

In order to qualify for EIS Tax relief, you cannot be ‘connected’ to the investee company by significant financial interest or employment. These conditions must be true for the duration of a period starting two years prior to the share issue and lasting until three years after the investment is made.

Where is the EIS based?

English Institute of Sport

Abbreviation EIS
Purpose Development of sport in England
Headquarters EIS Head Office
Location The Manchester Institute of Health and Performance 299 Alan Turing Way Manchester M11 3BS
Region served England

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What is the English Institute of Sport?

English Institute of Sport. The EIS is UK Sport’s, science medicine and technology arm. Working alongside the other Home Country Sports Institutes, it is the team behind many of Great Britain’s most successful Olympic and Paralympic sports.

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Why invest in UUK sport?

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