Producer Mark Ronson has enlisted the help of training athletes to produce a track for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Ronson has been recording athletes training by taping microphones to them as they run, measuring their heart rates while playing sports such as tennis, taekwondo and archery.

The producer, who was behind big names like Lily Allen and the late Amy Winehouse, is creating a track which will be part of Coca-Cola's Move to the Beat campaign for the upcoming games.

He has worked with British runner Darius Knight and he said at the launch of the international Move to the Beat campaign "the sounds Darius creates, his grunts, squeals and stuff are unusual and great".

He worked with four international athletes and is due to work with US hurdler David Oliver in the coming weeks to finish off the track.

Featuring vocals from British singer Katy B, the song will feature in a global campaign, which has already begun shooting around the Olympic stadium. The campaign will run across tv, mobile, on digital and in-store.

James Eadie, head of Olympics for Coca-Cola GB, spoke to Marketing Magazine and said that "London won the Games from the point of view as a legacy for youth and using music is a way of really delivering that".