Sport and Fitness

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    Sports Journalist

    Want to be the next Gabby Logan or Gary Lineker, reporting on the World Cup or the Olympics? Sports journalists research and present sports stories for TV, radio and the internet.

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    Athlete

    Could you go for gold like Jessica Ennis or beat Ronaldo at the top of his game? Professional athletes are exceptionally skilled sportsmen and women who are good enough to be paid to compete in their chosen sport.

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    Outdoor Sports Instructor

    If you’re physically fit, love the outdoors, and can lead people enthusiastically, supporting people as an outdoor sports instructor could be your dream job.

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    Sailing Instructor

    If you’re a skilled sailor that can inspire respect and confidence on the water and you’ve got good people skills, this job could really suit you.

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    Pilates Teacher

    If you love to exercise, like working with people, and want to help others to get fit, then this could be a good career for you.

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    Fitness Instructor

    Could you be the person to power Mo Farah to his next Gold or invent a new dance craze that takes the world by storm? Fitness instructors help people improve their health and fitness by organising exercise classes for groups or individuals.

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    Massage Therapist

    There are over 600 muscles in the human body – and we all know when ours are injured or tense! Massage therapists use their expert knowledge of the human body to help ease stress and heal injuries.

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    Physiotherapist

    Could you have fixed Wayne Rooney’s broken toe or healed Andy Murray’s back problem? If you’ve ever had an injury, you might have had some help getting better from a physiotherapist.

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    Leisure Centre Manager

    If you like the sound of working in the sports industry, have good organisational and IT skills and if you’re a good ‘people person’, this could be a great career choice for you.

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    Football Coach

    If you love football and have a passion for teaching, then you could be a football coach. You should be energetic and enthusiastic, encouraging players to reach their full potential!

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    Sports Event Manager

    If you love sport and are well organised and flexible, then being a sports event manager could be your calling.

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    Athletics Trainer

    Love to help people? Interested in how the body works? An athletics trainer works with individuals and teams to improve physical condition and prevent or treat injuries.

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    Physical Education Teacher

    If you enjoy working with children and you’re a keep-fit fan with a passion for all sports, you might just make a brilliant PE teacher.

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    Sports Commentator

    Sports fanatic? Sports commentators get to describe a sporting event to a TV or radio audience, as it is happening.

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    Sports Coach

    As a sports coach you will help people of all abilities reach their full potential... and might even end up coaching the Olympic team!

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    Fitness Manager

    As a fitness manager you will be able to turn your love of sport into a successful business by being really organised.

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    Golfer

    If you want to become a golfer you have to be doing this for the love, not the money - and you have to put the training time in, even when it's evening or raining!

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    Sports Scientist

    If you’re passionate about sport and interested in the way it can affect the body, then maybe you should be a sports scientist. Sports scientists do some of the same work as physiotherapists, but focus on including intense exercise into one’s daily routine...

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