Locals Competing in 2013 World Police and Fire Games
Two law enforcement officers are training for this year's "World Police and Fire Games" in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Marion County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Nasworth and his wife, Ocala Police Officer Jessica Nasworth, will both compete in the what's described as "police olympics."
He will be compete in mens heavyweight body building and jessica is part of the women's figure competition.
Months before the games, the couple starts dieting and working out five days a week.
We caught up with them at the body factory in Belleview.
"We've been blessed to have this opportunity, not many people can say they go to Ireland and let alone compete in an international competition," said Jason Nasworth.
The couple said participating in these games keeps them fit for their jobs.
The 2013 World Police and Fire Games starts August 1, 2013.
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