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The reality of any athlete's journey is that they are going to need a second career at some point in their lives and, subject to their good health; it will be a lot longer than their athletic career.
As we travel the Road to Rio, we are running a range of exciting opportunities which will connect young people to the excitement of Team GB, ParalympicsGB and the action which will unfold in Brazil.
Get Set for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games!
Start to get excited about the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer by showing your sporting spirit. The perfect way to do this is by joining hundreds of schools taking part in the Get Set for the Spirit of Sport programme.
Reward young people for working through a series of challenges and demonstrating their commitment to the Olympic Values of friendship, excellence and respect and the Paralympic Values of inspiration, determination, courage and equality.
Thousands of 14-19 year olds across the UK have been inspired to engage with their communities through Get Set for Community Action.
Get Set for Community Action Team Coordinator, John Doherty from Davenant Foundation School gave us his top tips on getting your students involved in their community.
Our latest Google Hangout video chat focused on sport science. Schools sent their questions for Mark Fosbrook, who is part of the GB Wheelchair Basketball team, and John Francis, a Performance Analyst for British Wheelchair Basketball