Get Inspired: Who's training and who's eating turkey on Christmas Day?

Andy Murray training
Wimbledon champion and BBC Sports Personality of the Year Andy Murray tells Get Inspired his training won't stop for Christmas: "I'll be on the road for five months now in total, training on Christmas Day. I won't spend it with my family or girlfriend."
Tour de France winner Chris Froome
Tour de France winner Chris Froome will be looking to retain the yellow jersey in 2014, so he will not be taking it easy this Christmas: "I’ll be out for about four hours on the bike on Christmas Day morning but I will certainly have a good lunch afterwards."
Arsenal team in a training session
Premier League title-contenders Arsenal will be training ahead of their Boxing Day game at West Ham. Manager Arsene Wenger explains: "On Christmas Day we will be in training. We will practise in the morning and then everybody will go back home and celebrate with their family."
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill reveals that Christmas Day is always a day off for her, but she will be training on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.
AP McCoy
After a busy year, where he's upped his incredible tally to more than 4,000 career winners, AP McCoy will finally spend a day relaxing: "I’m off on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day but back to work on Boxing Day. I’ve had one day off since the beginning of October so I'm looking forward to it!"
Amir Khan
Amir Khan is jetting off to warmer surroundings: "I will be in Dubai with my family enjoying the sun whilst everybody else is enjoying the snow!"
Mark Webber on the podium
Mark Webber bowed out of Formula 1 at the end of 2013, so the Australian will be drinking Champagne at home over Christmas for once: "Christmas Day and New Year’s Day were always training days for me, as I knew the opposition weren’t training on those days. It was a good day mentally to go out and train because it was always very quiet."
Wales and Lions star Leigh Halfpenny
Wales and British and Irish Lions star Leigh Halfpenny will be at the training ground on Christmas Day because Cardiff Blues have a game on Boxing Day: "I’ll be doing kicking practice the day before the game, before my Christmas dinner."
World and Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft
World and Paralympic wheelchair sprint champion Hannah Cockroft sees the benefit of training early on Christmas Day: "I will be training but it makes you feel good because when you eat the massive lunch you know you’ve already worked it off!"
Amber Hill
Shooting star and Young Sports Personality of the Year Amber Hill is looking forward to some time off at the end of 2013: "Christmas Day will be a day off. I will enjoy the roast dinner and make the most of time with my family."
Katherine Grainger
There will be no training for Olympic rowing gold medallist Katherine Grainger this year: "I’m not in full-time training at the moment so I don’t need to do anything on the day. I have not seen my family for a long time. I owe it to them to be there for the whole day and not go nipping off to the gym!"