Our young generations of now and the future must benefit and understand that all things are possible if you put your mind to the task and have the right planning. Visit - www.refuse-to-lose.co.uk - The song Refuse to Lose originally inspired by our Olympic Games is like a road map to help anyone who learns and understands the words and phrases achieve and succeed The music is totally free in all forms as downloads on the website. . The complete track, the backing track, girl and boy vocal parts, lyric/chord sheet and sheet music all freely available. All people love to sing, singing, drama, dancing classes, groups and choirs are invited to download free whatever they want. Download the backing track and you can put your own voices to the music and really get into the spirit and have fun and get inspiration. - please read on.
This music project conceived when the Olympic games was awarded to London for 2012. It is aimed to inspire not only athletes but all people, young and older, to plan their lives, focus, enjoy themselves and achieve their ambitions. Please read all about it on the website. During 2012 Schools and other classes were invited to register with no obligation and completely free to take part in a mass Synchronized Event which happened on the 20th July 2012, last day of the English school term, with 20,000 pupils and students taking part. All that's needed is available on the site where the Song, Backing Track, Girls Parts, Boys Parts, Music Score and song sheet can be downloaded free. It will be a lot of fun and with many people learning the song and singing it together it will stay in your mind for ever to help everybody achieve their goals. It will also spark some positive emotions for our future athletes like Adelle Tracey one the singers in Stadia who had the honour to light the Cauldron on the opening night.and make everyone aware just how much dedication is needed to fulfil their dream.
I have written many emails to the Olympic Committee regarding this project in an effort to make them aware and no objections have been raised. Also I have written personally to Lord Seb. Coe four times giving full details. Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt also received letters regarding the project. Also contacted were Nick Gibb and Boris Johnson both of whom replied wishing me luck. All the athletes who appear briefly in the background and are listed here were emailed making them aware of the fact.
Medal winners from the best games for Britain in years - Sidney 2000:-. All successful in their careers Jason Queally, Chris Hoy, Ian Peel, Yvonne McGregor, Bradley Wiggins, Chris Newton, Bryan Steel, Paul Manning, Richard Faulds, Paul Ratcliffe, Kelly Holmes, Jonathan Edwards, Steve Backley, Steve Redgrave, Matthew Pinsett, Denise Lewis, Simon Hiscocks, Ian Barker, Katherine Merry, Audley Harrison, Darren Campbell, Shirley Robertson, Ben Ainslie, Tim Brabents, Stephanie Cook, Kate Allenby,