That's why we support this group beyond sport and use them to deliver on every single one of our young people programmes. With the right training and support, they will deliver a legacy to the community wherever they focus their capabilities. This benefits both athletes and wider society.
Since the Trust was founded in 2008, we have supported over 400 world class athletes to lead successful lives beyond sport.
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A snowboarding accident in 2006 left Anna paralysed, but Anna took up monoskiing and competed in the 2014 Paralympics.Read more
Jenny is a former professional badminton player and a fantastic athlete mentor and an inspiration to so many peopleRead more
Kelvin has been been a BMX racer all his life, starting at the age of six before getting involved with the racing circuit nationally.Read more
Craig was born into a family of dairy farmers but from the age of nine, dreamed of competing as a gymnast at an Olympics.Read more
Chris is an average guy with a big dream. After competing at the highest level he now works with young people to help and inspire themRead more
Darren Harris is a two-time Paralympian who competed for Great Britain in judo at Beijing 2008 and football at London 2012Read more
Philippa had an International Rugby career spanning almost ten years and recently lead the first ever Get on Track programme in Wales.Read more
Dan has been the sighted goalkeeper for the England and Great Britain Blind football team for over ten years.Read more
Former England and Great Britain Boxer Hannah Beharry has a string of gold medals under her belt.Read more
Growing up in east London, Theo started Judo aged 6 and went on to win his first National Championship at the age of 15.Read more