Wounded war heroes Ibi and Luke ran seven marathons on seven continents in seven days to raise £1million for a new forces rehabilitation centre.
Sands United is a football team for men who have lost children to miscarriage or stillbirth, helping them to deal with their grief, depression and PTSD.
Young carer set up karate classes for other young people in the same situation as her, helping children aged between six and nine.
Table tennis prodigy Anna became the youngest person to compete in the Commonwealth Games at a senior level in any sport.
Smashed the record for rowing the Atlantic solo months after brain surgery, raising £101,000 for the hospital that saved her life.
England's captain and talisman inspired his teammates and the whole country watching at home, as he won the World Cup Golden Boot in Russia.
Blind skiers Millie and Menna brought home seven medals from the 2018 Winter Paralympics – dominating Great Britain’s success in Pyeongchang.
Schoolboy has raised more than £20,000 for cancer charity Macmillan with an epic running challenge.
Bobby spent eight years in prison for gang-related crime but is now the driving force behind a football club that has become the heart of the community.
More than a decade since Lawrence Dallaglio last ran out for his country, the legacy of England’s World Cup-winning number eight continues to endure both on and off the pitch.
Pride of Sport is celebrating and recognising the unsung heroes of grassroots sport.
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