These talented future sporting heroes are an inspiration to us all. Their determination to work hard and remain focused so that they achieve their goals despite the challenges they may face is a life lesson we can all learn from. They have amazing resilience and mental toughness to get them through and we are delighted to be able to help them on their incredible journey as they fulfil their sporting potential.
Robert Wilson, Chairman, Nelsons
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Nelsons will be providing 20 young talented athletes with financial support, recognition and personal development opportunities through its partnership with SportsAid. Each athlete will receive an annual £1,000 award which makes a vital contribution towards their training and competition costs such as travel, accommodation, equipment and kit.
Junior world champion, Junior European Championships silver medallist and now a Youth Olympian – it’s been a 12 months to remember for rising taekwondo star Aaliyah Powell. Add in a nomination for SportsAid’s prestigious One-to-Watch Award and the Huddersfield teenager is riding the crest of a wave as she looks to continue her upward trajectory. The 16-year-old has just returned from the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires last month.
The year simply won’t stop giving to Stalbridge para-triathlete Hannah Moore and her latest triumph is to be nominated for SportsAid’s prestigious One-to-Watch Award. Hannah, 22, captured national headlines and imaginations after winning PTS4 gold at the European Championships on the two-year anniversary of a life-changing leg amputation which eventually led to her taking up para-triathlon.
SportsAid is delighted to reveal the 10 athletes on the shortlist for this year’s One-to-Watch Award. The winner will be announced at the charity’s SportsBall, sponsored by Royal Bank of Canada, in London on Thursday 15 November. The annual award was launched in 2006 and looks to shine a spotlight on the outstanding achievements of Britain’s brightest young sporting prospects.