Jennifer Benavidez is an international dance instructor based in Henleyon Thames, UK. She has taught, performed and competed in front of thousands. She danced salsa on the ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ 2016 Launch Show, BBC 1’s ‘The Truth About Getting Fit’ with Michael Mosley and is a regular on BBC Radio Berkshire. She teaches at numerous dance holidays, festivals, congresses, and coaches at Reading University.
Ian Waite - Known best for his professional ballroom dancing on Strictly. At the age of 17 he won the title of European Latin American Champion. With this accolade under his belt, Ian started to compete all over the world, representing England in many Worlds and European championships.
Robin Windsor is a British Professional Latin and Ballroom Dancer, best known for his appearances in the BBC television series Strictly Come Dancing. From the beginning, Robin studied both Ballroom and Latin dance, eventually competing in those disciplines at the highest levels. His skills eventually led him to represent England, amassing numerous World Championships, both on the domestic and international level.
Martin Offiah is an English former professional rugby league player and rugby union footballer. He was one of the most prolific try-scoring wingers ever to play the 13-a-side code, and one of the greatest entertainers the sport has produced in its history. His record of 501 tries across a 14-year career in England and Australia is testimony to a strike rate beyond most ordinary mortals.
Jazmin “Jazz” Carlin is the British swimming sensation who recently became a double Olympic Silver medallist at the Rio 2016 games. Some recent career highlights are: winning double Gold at the European Short Course Championships (2015) in the 400m and 800m freestyle, Bronze at the World Championships in Kazan (2015), three Silver and one Gold medal in the World Cup, and three Gold Medals at the 2015 British Championships.
Jamie Baulch enjoyed a career spanning 10 illustrious years at the top of world athletics. A talented 400m runner, Jamie had podium success at the Commonwealth Games and the World Championships. In his first year of competing, Jamie was selected for the 1996 Olympic Games and won Silver as part of the 4x400m quartet.
A finalist in 1998 at the European Championships and Commonwealth Games (where she took a bronze medal), she has also played an integral part of Britain's 4 x 400 relay team, taking medals at the World Championships in 2005, European Championships and Commonwealth Games. She also won the BBC London Athlete of the Year Award for 2005.