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Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown is seeking to make history by aiming
to win a third consecutive 200 meters gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
Continuing on with the Olympic theme this week…
Why not start your run to the Olympic theme song? It will instantly boost your mood and allow you to feel as if you are a part of the games even if you are many miles away from London this year.
Video source: YouTube user – RevBillyRaeCollins
I have been obsessed with the Fab 5 U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team and this is my new motivation to reach for my goals and to not sit around wishing I would be good at something. It all starts with baby steps and maybe this video will spark a little inspiration in you to get out at reach for the top!
Video source: YouTube user – SportsAnthems
Check out this awesome site if you are a first time triathlon participant and are looking for tips, features, forums, and other great information to keep you motivated: