Olympic gold medallist Duncan Goodhew to visit Beckenham school

PUBLISHED: 11:55 02 June 2012

Duncan Goodhew

Duncan Goodhew

Dieter Perry

Olympic swimming gold medallist Duncan Goodhew will visit a Beckenham school on Wednesday to advise pupils on how to stay fit and healthy.

The 55-year-old won gold in the 100m breaststroke in the 1980 Moscow Games andis going to Clare House Primary School, on Oakwood Avenue.

Goodhew is an ambassador for Chewits Premier Sports Courses which aims to show how important exericse is and how healthy eating can be fun.

He will put on a series of workshops including showing a typical Olympic meal plan and engaged the kids in a range of sporting activities throughout the day.

As an extra treat, the Olympic veteran will bring along his gold medal and a replica 2012 Olympic torch.

For a comprehensive interview with Goodhew and the lowdown of the event see the Bromley Times, out Thursday June 14.

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