Zoe Smith proving that size doesn't matter by competing in the Women's 58kg Weightlifting event. While we wouldn't advise Mammas-to-be to start at Zoe's level, adding 5kg weights to your workout is a great way to stay toned and increase impact.

Zoe Smith proving that size doesn't matter by competing in the Women's 58kg Weightlifting event. While we wouldn't advise Mammas-to-be to start at Zoe's level, adding 5kg weights to your workout is a great way to stay toned and increase impact.

Commonwealth bronze medallist Zoe Smith will make her Olympic debut this summer after being named in the five-strong GB weightlifting squad for London 2012.

London 2012: Teenage weightlifter Zoe Smith makes Team GB

Commonwealth bronze medallist Zoe Smith will make her Olympic debut this summer after being named in the five-strong GB weightlifting squad for London 2012.

A young Team GB fan shows off her country's colours during the women's 63kg weightlifting final at ExCeL

Pictures of the day: 1 August 2012

A young Team GB fan shows off her country's colours during the women's 63kg weightlifting final at ExCeL

Team GB's Zoe Smith makes a 121kg (267 lbs) clean and jerk look like a walk in the park, setting a new British record

Team GB's Zoe Smith makes a 121kg (267 lbs) clean and jerk look like a walk in the park, setting a new British record

Thanks (but no thanks…) 18-year-old British weightlifter Zoe Pablo Smith  wrote this fabulously articulate and level-headed response to a few unoriginal sexists who accused her and her team mates of being “manly”, unattractive and unfeminine.

Thanks (but no thanks…)

Thanks (but no thanks…) 18-year-old British weightlifter Zoe Pablo Smith wrote this fabulously articulate and level-headed response to a few unoriginal sexists who accused her and her team mates of being “manly”, unattractive and unfeminine.

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