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Duration: 29 minutes

Tanya Arnold presents a special programme looking at the Yorkshire athletes going for gold at London 2012. Tanya gains exclusive access to pentathlon star Jessica Ennis's training camp and also finds out how Tae Kwon Do champion Sarah Stevenson is coping with training in a year that she has lost both her parents. Tanya also tries to keep up with Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee in training as the Leeds brothers prepare to compete against each other in the triathlon.

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Sun 22 Jan 2012 17:00 BBC One Yorkshire only

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  • Video feature: Inside Jessica Ennis' training camp

    Video feature: Inside Jessica Ennis' training camp

    Sheffield's Jessica Ennis has become the face of the London Olympics.

    In 2009 she became the world's number one heptathlete with an apparently clear path to Olympic gold.

    But all that changed last summer when she came second in the world championships.

    It has meant a new challenge for her and coach Toni Minichiello.

    Can they regain top spot when it matters most?

    Olympic Dreams goes behind the scenes at Jessica Ennis' training camp as she prepares to go for gold at London 2012.

    Watch a video feature on the BBC News website below...

    BBC News: Jessica Ennis' training camp
  • Jessica Ennis embarks on Olympic training

    Jessica Ennis embarks on Olympic training

    Sheffield athlete Jessica Ennis has embarked on the most important months of her career as she prepares to go for gold at the London Olympics.

    In 2009 she became Britain's first world champion in the heptathlon but was knocked back after coming second in the World Championships last summer.

    It has meant a new challenge for Ennis and coach Tony Minichello as they embark on an intense training regime.

    Read the full story on the BBC News website below...

    BBC News: Jessica Ennis embarks on Olympic training

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