SportsAid helps the next generation of British sports stars by giving them financial support and recognition during the critical early stages of their careers.
Justin Taylor-Tipton is excited to be hosting The SportsAid Charity Jam at Stoke Ski Centre to help give something back to the charity that has supported him through the early stages of his career on the snow. Freestyle ski star Justin, already an English champion at under-16 and open age level, has been a SportsAid athlete for two years.
SportsAid alumni Ellie Simmonds, Heather Stanning, Hollie Arnold, Natasha Baker, Callum Skinner and Pam Relph will all be celebrating the charity’s 40th anniversary at next month’s SportsBall having won gold medals for their country at the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer. Get your tickets now!
200km cycling, 7.5km swimming and 50km running – that’s what it takes to complete five Olympic triathlons in five days! Alice Radford and Hannah Barrett achieved this feat, but as they found out, the physical exertion of covering the distance was just one of many hurdles they needed to overcome when confronted with such a busy schedule.
SportsAid's support meant so much to me and I’ll always be very grateful for what they’ve done.
Victoria PendletonSportsAid alumna
Meet the stars of British sport and pledge your support to the champions of tomorrow. Join SportsAid at the SportsBall in London for an inspirational evening of sports entertainment.
SportsAid is excited to announce it has been confirmed as the official charity partner of this year’s Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall. The event, taking place from 30 November to 4 December, will help SportsAid bring to a close its 40th anniversary celebrations as tennis legends John McEnroe Pat Rafter and Tim Henman headline the season-finale to the ATP Champions Tour.