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Rugby World Cup winners inspire young athletes from Croydon and Twickenham

Rugby World Cup winners inspire young athletes from Croydon and Twickenham

Press Releases   •   Jul 03, 2015 15:00 BST

Stefan Amokwando from Croydon and Lola Anderson from Twickenham got to meet Rugby World Cup winners Maggie Alfonsi and Natasha Hunt last night after receiving cheques for £1000 to help them achieve their Olympic ambitions.

Aspiring athletes benefit from new partnership between SportsAid and CGI

Aspiring athletes benefit from new partnership between SportsAid and CGI

Press Releases   •   May 21, 2015 12:19 BST

​SportsAid has launched a new partnership with CGI to help young, talented athletes to achieve their sporting ambitions. The first nine athletes to benefit are from England, Scotland and Wales and compete in athletics, disability athletics, cycling, swimming, gymnastics and basketball.

Cyclist Fred Wright and sprinter Daryll Neita from London receive £2,000 SportsAid Awards from Elton John

Cyclist Fred Wright and sprinter Daryll Neita from London receive £2,000 SportsAid Awards from Elton John

Press Releases   •   Jul 02, 2014 10:38 BST

Concert inspired by London 2012 raises more than £300,000 to support aspiring British athletes hoping to compete at the Olympic or Paralympic Games. Fred and Daryll are among the first five SportsAid athletes to benefit from the fund after receiving £2,000 cheques from Sir Elton John CBE at the event.

Sprinter James Arnott from Plymouth receives £2,000 SportsAid Award from Elton John

Sprinter James Arnott from Plymouth receives £2,000 SportsAid Award from Elton John

Press Releases   •   Jul 02, 2014 10:34 BST

Concert inspired by London 2012 raises more than £300,000 to support aspiring British athletes hoping to compete at the Olympic or Paralympic Games. James becomes one of the first five SportsAid athletes to benefit from the fund after receiving a £2,000 cheque from Sir Elton John CBE at the event.

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Kare Adenegan selected for IWAS World Junior Games

Kare Adenegan selected for IWAS World Junior Games

News   •   Jul 16, 2014 11:07 BST

Thirteen-year-old Kare Adenegan from Coventry has topped an incredible debut year of wheelchair racing by being selected to represent Great Britain at the IWAS World Junior Games in Stoke Mandeville from August 3 to 8.

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400m runner Laviai Nielsen shortlisted for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award

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400m runner Laviai Nielsen, 19 from London, is one of just ten up-and-coming British athletes chosen from more than 1200 of the UK's brig...

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Sprinter James Arnott shortlisted for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award

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Sprinter James Arnott, 18 from Plymouth, is one of just ten up-and-coming British athletes chosen from more than 1200 of the UK's brighte...

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Triple jumper Stefan Amokwandoh, 18 from Selsdon, receives a £1,000 SportsAid award from Rayner Essex partner Tim Sansom

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Triple jumper Stefan Amokwandoh, 18 from Selsdon, receives a £1,000 SportsAid award from Rayner Essex partner Tim Sansom. Photo by www.an...

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