England and GB hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh for England Hockey/Adidas re-branding.
Chelsea and England football captain John Terry in the gym.
Football Manager Jose Mourinho.
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar who is largely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time.
Footballer Robin Van Persie.
England rugby player Alex Corbisiero who is taking time out the game to recover from a succession of injuries.
Team GB Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock and Paralympic runner Richard Whitehead for British Olympic Association/Nissan 'Road to Rio'.
70 year old Australian Cyryll Baldock who "waited for years" to become the oldest person ever to swim the English Channel. Sadly, less than a month later his record was broken when 73 year old Otto Thaning successfully swam the 40km between France and England.
IBF Super Bantamweight World Champion Carl Frampton with his coach, Shane McGuigan, who at 26 is one of the youngest boxing coaches around.
Sir Alex Ferguson in his office at Carrington, the Manchester United training complex.
Brazilian Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa.
Retired British triple-jumper Jonathan Edwards who has held the world record in the event sine 1995.
Former Manchester United manager David Moyes, pictured in San Sebastian where he is now managing the La Liga side Real Sociedad.
Former Australian wicket keeper Ian Healey with his son Tom who is following in his father's footsteps and plays for The Australian Under 19's cricket team, also as a wicket-keeper/batsman.
GB sprinter Dina Asher-Smith who at 20 holds the British National Record at 100 and 200 meters and won bronze in the 4 x 100 relay at The Rio Olympics.
Emma Hayes MBE, manager of Chelsea Ladies FC.
Yorkshire and England cricketer Adam Lyth.
Rower Andrew Triggs-Hodge, triple Olympic gold medalist and quadruple World Champion.
Cricket legends Australian Shane Warne and England's Andrew Flintoff.
Arsenal and France forward Olivier Geroud with former Arsenal and England forward Alan Smith.