We check out the tech behind the medals as we go inside the New South Wales Institute of Sport.
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The New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) is responsible for supporting and training athletes such as Torah Bright and Libby Trickett. Its athletes have won 126 medals at the Olympic Games from Atlanta 1996 to Vancouver 2010 and 132 medals at the Paralympic Games from Atlanta 1996 to Beijing 2008. We speak with Kenneth Graham, principal scientist at the NSWIS about the technology behind the medals.
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