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Ashley Hawkins, a Greensboro Police Department officer, is participating in The Titan Games reality contest show on February 7th.



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Ashley Hawkins, a Greensboro Police Department officer, is participating in The Titan Games reality contest show on February 7th.



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Ashley Hawkins, a Greensboro police officer, is on NBC’s reality show The Titan Games. The episode will air tonight.

From Tim Clodfelter Winston-Salem Journal

A Greensboro Police Department official will attend tonight’s episode of The Titan Games (8pm on NBC), a game show by athlete and movie star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Ashley Hawkins, 31, is originally from Madison and now lives in Pleasant Garden. She has been interested in sports since childhood, playing soccer, basketball, softball and volleyball.

“I played college soccer at Pfeiffer University before I graduated and became a police officer,” she says. “I continued to play football on adult teams while protecting and serving the city, and did the occasional cardio workouts that I got from Spartan Race training. I have completed about 10 obstacle course races including the Spartan Trifecta, Tough Mudders, and various local obstacle course mud runs.

“Anything that is competitive and active, that I’ve always had a passion for and that I wanted to try at least once.”

She has been training weights for about four years, starting with a program she got from Bodybuilding.com after being encouraged to do so by her husband.

“I loved the feel of lifting weights,” she said. “I fell in love with learning Olympic weightlifting again and really learned new things that I had no knowledge of.”

She has also been training high school soccer for the past two years.

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