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Chris Walker-Hebborn - London 2012

Chris emerged onto the British Swimming scene by winning Gold medals at the National, European and World Junior Championships.

Global Administrator | 09/12/2011 14:31:48

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Beth Tweddle MBE

Beth is Britain's most successful gymnast, she is 3 time World Champion, double European Champion for the second year running as well as National Champion. She is a double Olympian and has her eyes firmly set on a medal at the London Olympics 2012.

Global Administrator | 09/12/2011 11:49:14

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Goldie Sayers - Javelin

Since breaking the British junior record in 2001, Goldie has gone on to become Britain's leading field event athlete. She is a double Olympian and has been an Olympic, World, Commonwealth and European Championship finalist.

 

Global Administrator | 09/12/2011 10:46:52

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Heather Fell - Modern Pentathalon

Heather was forced to stop training at the University of Bath and moved back home with her parents, funding her continued training with three part-time jobs: as a swimming coach, a barmaid and a physiotherapist.

Global Administrator | 09/12/2011 10:29:03

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Ed Clancy - MBE

World Champion Men's Omnium, European Champion Men's Team Pursuit, 2009 Tour Series, 2008 Olympic Champion, 2008 World Champion and World Record holder in Men's 4km Team Pursuit.

Global Administrator | 06/12/2011 12:02:39

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Become a Personal Trainer

Is sport your life? Do you spend hours every week in the gym? Do you wish you could have a hand in improving other people's fitness? If becoming a personal trainer sounds like the ideal job for you have a look at our three tips to set you on the road for your perfect career.

Global Administrator | 04/12/2011 12:21:56

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New Year Fitness Regime

It's a New Year's resolution that a lot of us make. As January rolls around the corner and we've been indulging a little too much over the festive period; it's time to get fit. Making the decision and actually beginning is one thing, sticking to it is the hardest part. We all set out with the best of intentions but many of us fail with a lack of clear planning and a failure to set ourselves achievable goals. Here we've got some tips as to how best to start your new fitness regime, but also to make sure you stick to it.

Global Administrator | 04/11/2011 11:53:10

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