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Emma Wilson wins SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award at the charity’s SportsBall in London

Emma Wilson wins SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award at the charity’s SportsBall in London

Press Releases   •   Nov 05, 2015 23:00 GMT

A 16-year-old windsurfer from Christchurch in Dorset has beaten 1,200 of the UK's best young athletes from more than 60 sports to become SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award winner at the charity's SportsBall. The award was presented by Sir Steven Redgrave at a glittering ceremony in London in front of 650 SportsAid supporters. Former recipients include Tom Daley, Jodie Williams and Hollie Arnold.

SportsAid announces 2015 One-to-Watch Award shortlist

SportsAid announces 2015 One-to-Watch Award shortlist

Press Releases   •   Oct 20, 2015 11:35 BST

Ten of Britain's best young athletes have been shortlisted for SportsAid's prestigious One-to-Watch Award which has previously gone to diver Tom Daley, sprinter Jodie Williams, skeet shooter Amber Hill and gymnast Courtney Tulloch.

Heptathlete Morgan Lake wins SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award at the charity’s SportsBall in London

Heptathlete Morgan Lake wins SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award at the charity’s SportsBall in London

Press Releases   •   Nov 28, 2014 09:13 GMT

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.

SportsAid announces three One-to-Watch Award finalists

SportsAid announces three One-to-Watch Award finalists

Press Releases   •   Nov 19, 2014 11:17 GMT

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.

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Courtney Tulloch helps Britain to its best-ever world championship finish

Courtney Tulloch helps Britain to its best-ever world championship finish

News   •   Oct 08, 2014 15:51 BST

SportsAid's 'One-to-Watch' 2012, Courtney Tulloch from Romford in Kent, has just helped Great Britain to its best-ever finish at a world gymnastics championships. Back in 2012 he received the award from teammates Kristian Thomas and Max Whitlock who ompeted alongside him at the championships.

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BMX cyclist Ross Cullen shortlisted for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award

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BMX cyclist Ross Cullen, 14 from Preston, is one of just ten up-and-coming British athletes chosen from more than 1200 of the UK's bright...

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Footballer Leah Williamson shortlisted for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award

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Footballer Leah Williamson, 18 from Milton Keynes, is one of just ten up-and-coming British athletes chosen from more than 1200 of the UK...

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Swimmer Layla Black shortlisted for SportsAid's One-to-Watch Award

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Swimmer Layla Black, 15 from Leeds, is one of just ten up-and-coming British athletes chosen from more than 1200 of the UK's brightest pr...

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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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SportsAid's SportsBall 2013 with the Duchess of Cambridge

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At her first SportsBall since becoming SportsAid's patron, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge met SportsAid athletes and support...

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