With Beijing 2008 now a distant memory, the Australian Institute of Sport is already trying to track down any potential medal winners for London in 2012 — and now it's added a web twist to the process. Its eTID (Electronic Talent Identification And Development) site lets budding young athletes submit their results in a series of general and sports-specific tests, and invites youngsters with above-average results to visit the AIS for more testing and possible placement in a scholarship program If your offspring (or cousins) are showing potential in school sports, this is a relatively pain-free way of finding out if they can go further.
Test If Your Children Have Olympic Potential
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