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The Welsh professional boxer, Nathan Cleverly, reveals how he balanced training with achieving a mathematics degree as well as his aspiration to be World Champion.

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Rob Holt

Rob Holt

Raise Your Game talks to the Chief Executive of Ryder Cup Wales 2010 about inspiring a new generation of golfing stars.

Constantino Rocca

Constantino Rocca

"I play golf as I live life - with respect," says the Italian golf legend.

Christy O'Connor Jnr

Christy O'Connor Jnr

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

Davina McCall

Davina McCall

The TV presenter, Davina McCall, describes how being fit has given her more confidence.

Slick Willie Shaw

Slick Willie Shaw

The basketball star tells Raise Your Game why teamwork is fundamental to the success of the Harlem Globetrotters.

Garry Trainer

Garry Trainer

The New Zealander discusses his exciting career combining osteopathy, acupuncture and massage.

Jayne Middlemiss

Jayne Middlemiss

The television and radio presenter believes that yoga is "not about being flexible. It's not about who's the best. It's about doing your best on that particular day."

Florian Python

UEFA Recruitment Manager

Colin Jackson speaks to Florian Python at the home of UEFA in Nyon, Switzerland about the qualities that UEFA look for when recruiting.

Maggie Paterson

Maggie Paterson

The principal of London's Pineapple Performing Arts School reveals the many styles and opportunities that dance can bring.

Jill Kenton

Jill Kenton

The sport underwear expert reveals how the right bra can boost your confidence as well your comfort.


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