JNR Discuss The Importance Of The Fact That Four More Olympic Nations Choose Wales As A Training Base

Top Quote The Olympic Games are just around the corner and many nations have been planning their game plan to ensure success for their country. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 01, 2012 - JNR Enterprises relates to the kind of preparation that needs to go into a game plan for success with the Managing Director saying, 'it's a cliché for a reason as it is so true - failing to prepare is preparing to fail.' It is hoped 19 nations will carry out pre-games training in Wales ahead of the start of London 2012 and now a further four nations are being added to that list. Botswana and Lesotho's Olympic teams plus Paralympians from Liberia and Mexico will join athletes from at least six other countries in Wales so far. The announcement comes just 200 days before the event begins in London.

    'The Olympics will benefit all of us and definitely leave an everlasting impression on our nation,' continues the MD of JNR Enterprise. To mark the occasion, Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan is also visiting Cardiff to see how the games will benefit businesses and young people. The four countries have signed a memorandum of understanding to formalise their agreement to prepare for the games in Wales. Other countries already committed to a base in Wales include Trinidad and Tobago, the Irish triathlon team, Chinese weightlifters, and Paralympic squads from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. With all the movement in Wales with the training for the Olympic Games this will have a ripple effect into the economy. Wales has the facilities and infrastructure to support such decisions to train in the country.

    "Pre-games training camps will also provide opportunities to develop sporting, educational and cultural exchanges with countries that come to Wales and provide opportunities for children and local communities to get involved, resulting in a positive games legacy for Wales," Minister Carwyn Jones added.

    Teams from at least 19 countries and involving around 1,000 athletes and support staff are expected to train in Wales, with a direct benefit to the economy running into millions of pounds, according to the Welsh government. 'This is a fantastic opportunity to develop educational, sporting and cultural links with these different nations, for youngsters to develop a sports mined attitude can only help them in their future.' Continued the MD of JNR Enterprise.

    Time has definitely passed quickly marking the 200 day countdown to London 2012. A source from JNR Enterprise comments saying, 'at atmosphere around the time of the Olympic Games is going to electric!'

    JNR Enterprise is a local sales and marketing that is based in Cardiff city centre and now looking to expand into Essex. JNR Enterprise focuses mainly on the charity sector and has been commended for raising £79,078.00 for the British Red Cross. This is a massive achievement for the company with the MD saying 'it has been a product 2011 and 2012 will promise more return for our clients then ever before.'


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