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Darren Powell is proud to call himself a Leeds United super fan, following his beloved whites across the country. Up until April 2015 he made the journeys with his friend Michael Kew who sadly lost his life to bladder cancer that year.

Mia is ten years old and lives in Pontypridd where she is a familiar figure in her community due to her amazing commitment to fundraising.

This award is for an individual or a group of people who have worked together in partnership as a force for good in their local community, improving the lives of people around them through sport.

This award honours a team in any sport who have worked together to succeed beyond expectations, or had an impact outside the boundaries of sport. Here are our finalists:

This award celebrates a sporting event that has made an impact in the lives of many.

This award recognizes an individual or a group that have undertaken an outstanding charity challenge in 2016. It could be for an individual that despite personal physical challenges has trained and managed to complete their first 10k to someone that has cycled the length and breadth of a continent. Here are our final three:

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The Mirror's Pride of Sport Awards in partnership with TSB celebrate and recognise the unsung heroes of sport.

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