seo Training Norfolk and Training Isle of Man have teamed up to create the seo-based Olympic Training Centre.
With a training programme designed specifically for people with the rare conditions of Severe Aids and Severe Encephalopathy, seo is offering a safe and enjoyable way to train at the heart of the Olympic Movement.
“This is an Olympic training centre for people like me who are not able to participate in any sport,” seo CEO and founder Chris Williams said.
It has a range of activities for people from athletes to athletes who are suffering from severe neurological and psychiatric conditions, and has been designed to be accessible for anyone with a serious condition.
Seo is an umbrella organisation for the various sports in the Olympic Games.
Its members include the UK Olympic Committee, the International Olympic Committee and other sports organisations, such as the British Paralympic Association.
The Seo Training Centre will also host a range, including the British Cross Country and Figure Skating Championships.
“Seo’s aim is to provide an environment that can be a safe place to train for the Olympic games, and to provide a safe training environment for those who are unable to participate because of their condition,” Williams said, adding that the centre would also provide a space for people to come together and work together.
After the Paralympics, the seos will continue to expand, offering a range for sports including sailing, rowing, canoeing, water polo, sailing, canoe, sailing and swimming.
The Seotourism, Entertainment and Tourism Council (SEOTC), the organisation that runs the Seo training centre, said in a statement: “The Seocam Olympic Training centre is designed to provide athletes with a safe, friendly and convenient place to exercise and improve their skills.
We hope to see the training environment improve across the sports and the community, and help to inspire the next generation of athletes.”
The centre is one of several that have been set up by the sports community to help with the coronavirus pandemic.
The Olympic Games are currently taking place in London and Rio de Janeiro, which are both hosting the Winter Games.