In the zone

The ability to focus under all circumstances.

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Brett Morse

Brett Morse

The Welsh number one discus star explains the importance behind setting goals and his hopes for Commonwealth Games success.

Delroy Cambridge

Delroy Cambridge

The Jamaican professional golfer talks about his self-taught journey into golf.

Christy O'Connor Jnr

Christy O'Connor Jnr

The former Ryder Cup and World Cup golfer reveals why concentration is key to success.

Chris Evans

Chris Evans

The radio and television presenter reveals why he is fanatical about golf and how sport gives you the opportunity to raise your game.

Marianne Marston

Marianne Marston

The British featherweight boxer talks about her dream of getting more girls into boxing.

Craig Pickering

Craig Pickering

The British sprinter talks about the importance of time management and working towards your goals.

Kate Dennison

Kate Dennison

The British pole vaulting champion took time out from the World Championships 2009 in Berlin to discuss the advantages of staying mentally strong and setting targets.

Left to right: Laura Turner, Kadi-Ann Thomas, Emily Freeman, Joice Maduaka.

Great Britain 4x100 team

Raise Your Game caught up with Great Britain's 4x100m silver medallist relay team at the European Team Championships 2009 to find out what it takes to be the ultimate team.

Hannah England

Hannah England

"Push yourself and have determination," encourages the middle distance runner.

Maria Cahill playing at the World Games 2009. Photography by Sophie Watson.

Maria Cahill

The Great Britain Ultimate Frisbee player explains how she gets in the zone for a big match.

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Break the challenge down into doable steps.

David Kirsch

Personal trainer to the stars

Media zone

Pierre Dulaine

Video clips

Check out the video with the famous dance instructor Pierre Dulaine.

Training ground

Colin Jackson

Work hard

Colin Jackson reveals more top tips on making exercise part of your lifestyle.

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