Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty was put through his paces during a visit to Leicestershire Police headquarters this week.
The British swimmer who won a gold and silver medal in Rio, his coach and members of his team took part in police fitness tests.
They included the formidable ‘bleep’ test, which involves running up and down a 15 metre track in time with a series of audio bleeps.
As well as a push and pull exercise which is designed to test upper body strength.
The group, who were visiting as part of a team building exercise, also took part in public order training dressed in protective uniform.
Sergeant Mel Thomas was responsible for putting the team through their paces for the day.
He said: “I’ve trained hundreds of officers during my career but spending the day training an Olympic athlete is a first."
Adam and his coach also talked to officers, staff and volunteers about the teams successes, challenges and the importance of working together.