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Published on Feb 18, 2011
After he won the Gold Medal in the decathlon at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Olympic Gold Medalist Bryan Clay created the Bryan Clay Foundation, which works with schools to promote physical fitness, to support physical education programs, and to award college scholarships to students who lead a healthy, well-rounded life in and out of school. Nick Garner of http://www.sportstalk4kids.com spoke with Bryan after "the world's greatest athlete" spoke to 600 students about goals, commitment, dreams, and hard work. In addition to working with schools, Bryan continues to train to defend his Gold Medal at the 2012 Olympics in London. Bryan trains at his alma mater, Azusa Pacific University, and he also provides advice to athletes, Emily Nash and Breanna Leslie, who dream of one day competing in the Olympics like he did.