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Win a copy of the London 2012 ‘Get Fit’ CD!

[newsimage=0]London 2012’s new Get Fit compilation CD contains music to motivate and inspire – helping you lose weight, regain your energy and get back into the swing of things after the chaos of Christmas.

Feel your spirits lift and your guilty conscience being cleared as Get Fit accompanies your exercise routine with a mix of upbeat galloping favourites, ranging from old school classics such as ‘The Only Way Is up’ By Yazz & The Plastic Population, to the funky retro sound of The Noisettes ‘Don’t upset the rhythm.’


The Get Fit CD competition has now closed! Congratulations to Ben Trigg and Martin McAndrew, who emailed in the correct answer to the following puzzle:
Complete the Olympic gold medal-winning crew: Sir Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Steve Williams, and *Ed Coode*

Thank you to everyone who entered. 

Track Listing: 
1. Taio Cruz – Dynamite – Radio Edit
2. Noisettes – Don’t Upset The Rhythm (Go Baby Go) – Radio Edit
3. Bobby Brown – Two Can Play That Game – K Klassik Radio Mix
4. CeCe Peniston – Finally Album Version
5. Brothers In Rhythm – Such A Good Feeling – Radio Mix
6. Yazz, The Plastic Population – The Only Way Is Up
7. Sugababes – Hole In The Head – Clean Radio Edit
8. Bodyrockers – I Like The Way – Radio Edit
9. Pixie Lott Boys And Girls – Album Version
10. The Hughes Corporation – What A Feeling – Radio Edit
11. Tiffany – I Think We’re Alone Now – Album Version
12. The Saturdays – Just Can’t Get Enough – Radio Mix
13. Sonique – It Feels So Good – Radio Edit
14. Daniel Bedingfield – Gotta Get Thru This – Radio Edit
15. Girls Aloud Jump
16. Donna Summer – She Works Hard For The Money – Edited Single Version
17. Michael Sembello – Maniac
18. Lighthouse Family – Lifted 

*Terms and conditions
One entry per person, answers must be received by before December 31 2011, British Rowing reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition without notice, in the event of any dispute relating to the competition, the decision of British Rowing will be final and no discussion will be entered into.