FORMER Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell has helped launch a drive to get children more physically active.
And she was all smiles as she worked with toddlers at children's gym Tumbletots at Northowram, Halifax.
Sally, aged 37, struck gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
She is the only woman to have held the European, World, Commonwealth and Olympic 400m titles at the same time. She retired from athletics in 1997 and was awarded the OBE in 1998. She is now a BBC commentator and sports presenter.
The new scheme she launched includes a pack of 20 playing cards, each one describing a different dynamic activity for children.
Monique Brennan, manager of Tumbletots, said: "The parents were thrilled to see Sally Gunnell there. It will be interesting to get feedback from them about the pack."
Tumbletots is a physical playscheme for children aged from six months to seven years.
They attend for 45 minute sessions and take part in a range of physical activities ranging from climbing, jumping, roly-poly activities and singing.
Mrs Brennan has been running Tumbletots centres in Halifax, Holmfirth and Huddersfield for five years.
The packs of cards are available free of charge from any Tumbletots.