Tim Lawler, Chief Executive of SportsAid, has written about the importance of 'adjusting, adapting and pushing on' in the programme for this evening's annual SportsBall. The welcome notes see him talk about how SportsAid is diversifying its approach and the charity's exciting plans for the future. He also emphasises the importance of 'seeing the person, not just the athlete' as the next generation of British sports stars progress.
The anticipation is building for finalists Beth Shriever, Craig Boardman and Holly Dunford as they wait to discover which of their successful sporting years will culminate in receiving SportsAid's prestigious One-to-Watch Award. There were more than 1,000 rising British stars to choose from, all supported by the charity, but one of the trio will be crowned the winner at the annual SportsBall this evening (23 November).