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Impact of EIS performance lifestyle services

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Date 26.01.2018
Duration 6 Minutes 46 Seconds
Author eis2win
Description Retired and transitioning athletes who attended the Performance Lifestyle forum at the 2017 EIS National Conference tell us how the discipline has impacted on them and what advice they would give to athletes currently in the high performance system.
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