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When you think about excellence in coaching what do you think about first? Do you think it’s more about their training skills or their ability to draw out the best in their team, or is it harnessing natural talent and being great about analysing people? Whatever that elusive mix is it’s definitely about cultivating ability and getting the work done and these three finalists are fantastic examples of doing just that. Meet our three finalists for the 2016 Coach of the Year Award:

Our Young Sports Person of the Year Award recognises outstanding individuals who have performed way beyond their years and show signs of being world class sports stars. Here are this year’s amazing finalists...

Skier taking on the best in the world, and winning

 

Britain’s best young sprinter is set for the top

Yorkshire schoolgirl set to be darts’ first female superstar.

 

 

Inspired the nation with the greatest team performance in British sporting history.

 

 

Pulled off the unlikeliest title win in football history

Swimmer has bounced back from devastating health setbacks.

 

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