Athlete Matt trains pupils

PUBLISHED: 18:00 16 February 2011

Windwhistle Primary School, Bournville. Youngsters taking part in 'Super Schools'. Sponsored sports day with 400m Hurdles Commonwealth gold Medalist and European Champion Matt Elias.

Windwhistle Primary School, Bournville. Youngsters taking part in 'Super Schools'. Sponsored sports day with 400m Hurdles Commonwealth gold Medalist and European Champion Matt Elias.

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PROFESSIONAL athlete Matt Elias spent a morning coaching Windwhistle Primary School pupils during a fitness event.

Hurdler Matt, who is a Commonwealth gold medallist and European champion, visited the school on February 9 at a Super Schools morning of activity.

Youngsters from key stage one and two took part in the event, which incorporated elements of fitness, fun, fund-raising and inspiration, with pupils doing a sponsored fitness circuit.

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