People who inspire you to do greater things.

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Kerron Clement

Kerron Clement

The double World Champion hurdler, says "I just try to relax and stay focused on myself."

Dai Greene

Dai Greene

The World Champion 400m hurdler believes " You just have to persevere and put in the hard work and the results will come."

Liam Tancock. Copyright: Speedo

Liam Tancock

The World record holder and World champion swimmer says "I always try to get the best out of myself and strive for perfection."

Emma Pooley. Copyright: Cervélo

Emma Pooley

She may be small in stature, but the Olympic silver medal cyclist is big in talent. Read Emma's tips on achieving success.

Jenson Button

Jenson Button

The Formula 1 racing ace says "Sometimes you have bad days and you've just got to fight through them."

Claire Taylor. Copyright: Christopher Lee

Claire Taylor MBE, cricketer

The England World Cup winning batsman became the first woman to be named as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2009, heralding a new era for the women's game.

David Stone MBE

David Stone MBE

The double Paralympics gold medallist describes how cycling became his "freedom and enjoyment."

Matthew Maynard

Matthew Maynard

The Glamorgan and England cricket icon believes that "You need to have the attitude to believe in yourself."

Ian Gough. Copyright: Huw Evans Picture Agency

Ian Gough, rugby player

The Welsh rugby lock says "be prepared to go that extra mile."

Andy Powell. Copyright: Huw Evans Picture Agency

Andy Powell, rugby player

The Cardiff Blues number eight encourages us to "enjoy what's outside rugby as well."

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Don't waste time looking over your shoulder to see what everyone else is doing, it's about where you're at.

Dr Linda Papadopoulos

Celebrity Psychologist

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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