News • Dec 09, 2014 16:37 GMT
Later this week the winner of the BBC’s Young Sports Personality of the Year Award will be announced at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow where nine SportsAid athletes will be eagerly awaiting the result.
Seventeen-year-old heptathlete Morgan Lake from Bagshot in Surrey was last night presented with SportsAid’s coveted One-to-Watch Award by England football manager Roy Hodgson at the charity’s SportsBall in London.
Abigail Stones from Liverpool, Maria Lyle from Dunbar and Morgan Lake from Bagshot are the three finalists for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award which will be presented at the charity's SportsBall in London on November 27.
SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award was last year presented by the Duchess of Cambridge to skeet shooter Amber Hill. Find out who made the shortlist this year.
Adam Gemili, David Weir CBE, Roger Black MBE and Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE will all be joining SportsAid at its annual SportsBall in London on November 27.
There were five medals for SportsAid athletes at the IAAF Junior World Championships in Oregon where Morgan Lake led the charge by winning two golds.