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Athletes set to benefit from AIS partnership with Science in Sport

08 February 2024

Athletes and sports preparing for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) will now have access to a new range of award-winning sports nutrition products, thanks to a partnership announced today with Science in Sport (SiS).

Matti and gymnasts hold SiS Products
From left: Blair Stewart (Australian Gymnast), Matti Clements (EGM AIS Performance) and David Tanner (Australian Gymnast).

The range of SiS products will be available at the AIS Campus in Canberra to aid in athlete recovery and energy production.

Used worldwide by the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Cycling Australia, Team INEOS, The Crusaders and Saracens and the New South Wales Institute of Sport, SIS has more than three decades worth of experience in developing safe and innovative sport nutrition products.

With more than 2900 athletes and coaches from 28 different sports due to train at the AIS in both Australia and Italy in the six months leading up to the Paris Games, Australian Sport Commission Executive General Manager of AIS Performance Matti Clements said today’s announcement is a timely one.

“The Australian Sports Commission and it’s high performance arm, the AIS, are delighted to partner with SiS and increase the resources available onsite for athletes to aid in their preparation, performance, and recovery as we head towards Paris,” said Ms Clements.

“We know how important good nutrition is for athletes and this partnership will only help to fuel our athletes and empower them to win well throughout this important phase we’re in.”

SiS Global Head of Elites Thomas Rose said the company is thrilled to partner with the AIS and support Australia’s top athletes during the green and gold decade.

“We are delighted to be supporting the AIS, providing athletes with world-class nutritional support and the latest innovations to fuel their training and competition,” Rose said.

“With Paris just around the corner, and a home games in Brisbane on the horizon, it’s a really exciting time to be working with the AIS, supporting some of the very best athletes in Australia.”

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