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December 22, 2011 07:58 ET

The Training Room Joins Forces with Olympic Hopefuls

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Dec. 22, 2011) - As the 2012 Olympics approach, a number of British competitors have teamed up with the UK's leading provider of fitness instructor courses, The Training Room. The medal hopefuls will provide an in depth account of their preparations in the run up to the games through their own personal blog.

Joining The Training Room are:

Chris Walker-Hebborn - Chris arrived onto the British swimming scene with Gold medal wins at the National, European and Junior Championships and then went on to win to 200m backstroke at the British Championships. At the Olympics, Chris hopes to compete in the 200m freestyle, relay and 100m and 200m backstroke.

Beth Tweddle MBE - Britain's most successful gymnast, Beth is a three time World Champion, double European Champion, National Champion and double Olympian. Retaining her World and European titles for two years running, Beth has her eyes firmly on the prize at the London Olympics.

Goldie Sayers - As a double Olympian and a finalist in the Olympic, World, and European Championship games, Goldie is Britain's leading field event athlete. Last year, Goldie made history by becoming the first athlete to win eight consecutive National titles, and says she'll do everything she can to make sure she's has a place on that podium in London.

Heather Fell - In 2008, Heather qualified for the Beijing Olympics, coming home with a Silver medal and finishing the year ranked as No.1 in the world for Modern Pentathlon. A year later, Heather continued her winning streak at the European Championship and today she remains the country's No.1 female pentathlete.

Ed Clancy MBE - Four times World Champion and Olympic Gold medallist, Ed is a valued member of the astounding GB Men's 4km Team Pursuit squad. At the 2010 Olympic Final in Denmark, Ed and his team blew away the competition, smashing the world record in the process. He hopes to keep up this momentum and achieve a second gold medal at the London games.

To follow the athletes on their inspiring journey, visit http://www.thetrainingroom.com/. Or, for more information on how you can turn your passion for sport and fitness into a career, get in touch with The Training Room today.

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