Teacher Sets Olympic Goal Time for a quick math lesson: Have you ever tried to work out the probability of making it as an athlete to the 2012 London Olympics? That's what 29-year-old British math teacher Natasha Hunt is trying to work out. Her goal is to make it onto Great Britain's Summer Olympic Team as a pentathlete.
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Teacher Sets Olympic Goal

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Teacher Sets Olympic Goal

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Time for a quick math lesson: Have you ever tried to work out the probability of making it as an athlete to the 2012 London Olympics?

That's what 29-year-old British math teacher Natasha Hunt is trying to work out. Her goal is to make it onto Great Britain's Summer Olympic Team as a pentathlete.

Guest Host Linda Werthheimer speaks with Hunt and her fitness trainer Rob Parsons to tell us how they're trying to reach their goal.