29 December 2012
Foundry:east, located in the Olympic borough of Newham, is chosen as the new training facility for GB Athlete Christine Ohuruogu
Foundry Studios is delighted to announce that Great British Athlete Christine Ohuruogu, 400m Gold and Silver medallist at the Beijing and London Olympics respectively, has chosen Foundry:east, an independent high performance and group training facility, as her new training centre.
Based in her home borough of Newham in east London, Christine will be using the high performance strength and conditioning gym twice a week as part of her professional athletic training.
Graeme Marsh, Director of Foundry Studios said:
We are incredibly excited and privileged to be able to support Christine in her continued development as a successful international athlete.
At Foundry:east, our ambition was to bring high quality training to international athletes and the general population alike and support the Olympic legacy within the borough of Newham. Today’s announcement is a great step in confirming our success in achieving this.
Christine Ohuruogu said:
Foundry:east fulfils all my strength and conditioning training requirements as an international professional athlete. I could not believe a performance facility of such high quality was right on my doorstep.
Following a short break after the London Olympics, I am incredibly excited about starting my training at this new facility and to support this local business based in my home borough of Newham.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
Foundry:east is a group training and sports performance training facility located between Canary Wharf and the Olympic Park in West Ham, offering fitness classes, courses, athletic training, personal training and seminars.
With its 1500 sq ft weightlifting gym, 3G replica grass astro pitch, 100 seater seminar/studio, access to 15 hectares of green parkland and a large car park, Foundry:east helps its members to improve all areas of fitness through top quality tuition and challenging routines where performance is the ultimate goal.