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SportsAid helps the next generation of British sports stars by giving them financial support and recognition during the critical early stages of their careers.

 

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SportsAid Week 2017

A week of fun and fundraising to help the next generation of British athletes....get involved in SportsAid Week this September!

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#MyMiles challenge

#MyMiles is a fun and easy way to show your support for the country's brightest sporting prospects during SportsAid Week.

WHO WE ARE

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SPORTS

SportsAid supports athletes from over 60 sports - most of which are Olympic and Paralympic disciplines.

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ATHLETES

SportsAid helps more than a thousand young talented athletes across the country every year.

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PARTNERS

SportsAid's partners include local businesses, global brands and charitable trusts.

Latest news

Education institutions accredited by ground-breaking dual career scheme led by TASS
08 Sep 2017

Four education institutions are leading the way with supporting talented athletes in education in England, having been accredited by an innovative new Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) initiative. The scheme, managed by SportsAid for Sport England, believes that every young person on a talent pathway should have the opportunity to gain qualifications alongside their sporting pursuits.

SportsAid alumni set to represent Red Roses in Women’s Rugby World Cup final
25 Aug 2017

Nine members of SportsAid’s alumni have been confirmed in England’s starting line-up for tomorrow’s Women’s Rugby World Cup final clash against New Zealand at the Kingspan Stadium. Led by captain Sarah Hunter, a recipient of a TASS award in 2008, the Red Roses will be looking to retain their crown having beaten Canada in the final three years ago to lift the World Cup for the second time.

SportsAid’s Athlete of the Month – Beth Shriever, 18, from Braintree
25 Aug 2017

Beth Shriever is still pinching herself after being crowned world champion at the UCI 2017 BMX World Championships in Rock Hill, South Carollina. The 18-year-old, competing in the junior women’s class, pipped favourite Saya Sakakaibara right on the line as she staged a stunning comeback to claim the rainbow jersey on the final straight. Beth revealed she ‘struggled to comprehend’ what she had achieved on the world stage.

SportsAid's support meant so much to me and I’ll always be very grateful for what they’ve done.

Victoria Pendleton
SportsAid alumna

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Apr 2018
London Marathon Royal Observatory Greenwich Park London SE10 8QY

The Virgin Money London Marathon is one of the world's most famous fundraisers. SportsAid was the first ever official charity of the London Marathon back in 1984.