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Winners | 2019

Breaking down barriers and uniting people of all ages, including refugees, people with disabilities and asylum seekers, through a mutual love of table tennis
Swimmer who overcame a series of painful injuries and setbacks to become a three-time world champion
Promising young footballer who went blind at the age of seven has been earmarked as a future England star
“Iron Gran” triathlete and founder of a charity promoting sport for older people is living proof that it’s never too late to start exercising
Britain’s fastest-ever woman made history with victory in the 200m at this year’s World Championships

Winners | 2016

It took something extra-special to stand out in a gold-strewn 2016, but Dame Sarah Storey’s achievement of becoming our most decorated Paralympian was truly inspirational.
Helping kids fall in love with mountain biking.
Using dance to get disabled children active, and breaking down barriers.
Swimmer has bounced back from devastating health setbacks.
Yorkshire schoolgirl set to be darts’ first female superstar.

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