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National nutritional programs for the 2012 London Olympic Games: a systematic approach by three different countries.

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Record Number 511843
ISSN 16642155
Item Type Serial Article
Electronic resource
Creator Name Burke, Louise M. Sports Nutrition, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, Australia
Title National nutritional programs for the 2012 London Olympic Games a systematic approach by three different countries.
Published 2013
Content Type text
Media Type computer
unmediated
Carrier Type online resource
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Summary Preparing a national team for success at major sporting competitions such as the Olympic Games has become a systematic and multi-faceted activity. Sports nutrition contributes to this success via strategic nutritional interventions that optimize the outcomes from both the training process and the competitive event. This review summarizes the National Nutrition Programs involved with the 2012 London Olympic Games preparation of the Australian, British and American sports systems from the viewpoints of three key agencies: the Australian Institute of Sport, the English Institute of Sport and the United States Olympic Committee. Aspects include development of a nutrition network involving appropriately qualified sports dietitians/nutritionists within a multi-disciplinary team, recognition of continual updates in sports nutrition knowledge, and a systematic approach to service delivery, education and research within the athlete's daily training environment. Issues of clinical nutrition support must often be integrated into the performance nutrition matrix. Food service plays an important role in the achievement of nutrition goals during the Olympic Games, both through the efforts of the Athlete Dining Hall and catering activities of the host Olympic Games Organizing Committees as well as adjunct facilities often provided by National Olympic Committees for their own athletes. Authors.
Subjects diet
food
nutrition
Sport
Added Author Meyer, Nana L., Professor (Associate), University of Colorado
Pearce, Jeni
Host entry Nestlé Nutrition Institute workshop series Vol. 76 (Jan. 2013), pages 103-120.
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