Our Young Sporting Ambassadors
Cerebral Palsy Sport has a long history of having fantastic ambassadors that advocate for the charity, give their time to attend events and use their stories sporting success to encourage others.
For the first time in our 15 years, we are proud to announce a new cohort of ambassadors, our Young Sporting Ambassadors. These are young people between the ages of 16 – 25 who have developed themselves as athletes through Cerebral Palsy Sport’s sport’s programmes and as a result have made huge changes to their lives.
The first of our young ambassadors have been chosen to use their sporting journey to positively encourage others, sharing their ups and downs along the way to achieving their sporting potential.
Click on their pictures to find out more about them:
Ellie Simpson – RaceRunning – read her story here
Matthew Humphreys – RaceRunning – read his story here
Jamie Westerman – Frame Football – read his story here
Ben Meadows – Football – read his story here