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International award for Australian cycling physiologist

Australian Institute of Sport Physiology PhD student Tammie Ebert has just won an American College of Sports Medicine International Student Award given out only three times a year for her work with elite cyclists and the effects of dehydration on their hill climbing performance. She has been invited to attend the ACSM annual conference (more than 5000 delegates from around the world) next month in Nashville, USA to receive her award, which includes US $1000 cash, and present her research. Ebert is currently in Europe with the AIS/Aus women's road team and AIS/Aus men's Under 23 team. Ebert also worked with the Australian cycling team in Athens.

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