Olympic athletes Karen Pickering, Mohamed Sbihi and Steve Williams have all confirmed they will be at next month's Sports Quiz at Lord's Cricket Ground to support SportsAid.
Karen is a four-time Olympian who held four world titles over the course of a phenomenal swimming career. Mohamed competed at London 2012 where he won a bronze medal for rowing in the men's eight. Now retired from the sport, fellow rower Steve Williams is a double Olympic champion who famously won his first title with Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell in Athens in 2004.
Tickets to this ever-popular event are still available so there is still time for you to join SportsAid and three stars of British sport for a lively night out in aid of a great cause. Join us on June 4 for a fun evening of food, drinks and unbeatable sports entertainment at one of the toughest sports quizzes going. The next generation needs you.
To get you in the mood for what's in store, here's a quick teaser question from SportsAid's quiz master...
Almost 20 years ago, in 1996 David Beckham scored what was later voted the 'goal of the decade' by lobbing the goalkeeper from behind the halfway line. Do you know which London club he scored that goal against?
- Tottenham Hotspur
- West Ham
HOW TO BOOK
Tables of ten at the Sports Quiz cost £1,000 (£100 per person) with optional £50 ‘wildcards’ also available to help you through some of the tougher rounds (maximum of three per table).
Your ticket includes pre-dinner drinks, a three-course dinner and an interactive quiz handset on every table.
For more information call SportsAid on 020 7273 1975.
Interviews and information on SportsAid
SportsAid helps young sports people to overcome the financial challenges they face in their bid to become Britain’s next generation of Olympians and Paralympians. The charity’s patron is Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge. Some of the best known former SportsAid recipients are Sir Chris Hoy, David Weir CBE, Mo Farah CBE, Dame Sarah Storey, Jessica Ennis-Hill CBE, Ellie Simmonds OBE, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE, Sir Ben Ainslie, Jonnie Peacock MBE, Tom Daley, Ade Adepitan MBE and Sir Steve Redgrave.