Louise is a 29 year old Olympian, Celebrity Personal Trainer & TV Presenter. As an athlete, Hazel specialises in the multi-heptathlon and she has competed in four major international championships. The first was in 2006 when she came 17th at the European Championships and the second was three years later when she finished 14th at the World Championships. During 2009 she was ranked 2nd best in the country and 9th best of all time. In the 2010 Commonwealth Games she won the gold medal for the England team, with a personal best of 6156 points. At the 2011 Mehrkampf-Meeting Ratingen she scored 6166 points but this included wind-assisted performances. In September 2013 she announced her retirement from heptathlon, although she could compete in other events. In January 2014 she announced that she would come out of retirement to defend her title at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after Jessica Ennis-Hill announced that she would miss the Games due to pregnancy. However in June 2014 Hazel stated that she had decided to abandon her comeback due to her training schedule being disrupted by a flare-up of ulcerative colitis. In 2013, she founded online weightloss plan The Podium Effect and she has established herself as an authority in the world of health and fitness having created the leading 360 day online solution to weight management. She is also "Running Ambassador" to The British Heart Foundation. In 2015, Louise finished second on Channel 4 reality winter sport show The Jump, being narrowly beaten by former-TOWIE cast member Joey Essex. Louise was the only competitor to attempt the K40 (the biggest ski jump) on live television during series two.
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