Athletes - Prosiectau
At just 20 years of age, Duncan is already a multi medal winning athlete. Hailing from Glasgow, Duncan brought home six swimming medals from this year's Commonwealth Games making him the most successful Scot ever at a single games.
Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe
Menna and Jen are Great Britain's most successful winter Paralympians this year! Despite having only 5% of her vision, Menna, with her guide Jen, won four medals at the 2018 winter Paralympic Games in alpine skiing.
Mahama has excelled at Taekwondo, winning silver at the 2017 World Taekwondo Championships. Off the mat, Mahama spends time visiting local schools - a keen advocate for anti-bullying, he speaks of his experience adapting to life in the UK at the age of 8.
Katie is a National Lottery funded athlete and has already a multiple World and European cycling champion, in both individual and team events.
Emma is a two-time Paralympian and six-time world champion has represented Great Britain in both Sitting Volleyball and Canoeing. Outside of competition, Emma is an advocate for anti-doping and has been awarded an MBE for Services to Canoeing
Hoy is eleven-times a world champion and six-times an Olympic champion. With a total of seven Olympic medals, six gold and one silver, Hoy is the second most decorated Olympic cyclist of all time.
Nicola Adams is a British professional boxer. The first woman to win an Olympic boxing title in 2012, she is the 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medallist in the women's flyweight division.
Sir Ben Ainslie is the most successful Olympic sailor of all time, he has competed and medalled at five Olympic games.
Dame Kelly Holmes is one of Britain’s favourite athletes. During her career, she was funded by National Lottery players.
Dame Sarah Storey is a British road and track racing cyclist and former swimmer. She is a multiple gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in both sports, and six times British (able-bodied) national track champion.
One of Britain's greatest Paralympic athletes, Tanni Grey-Thompson, amassed a remarkable medal haul over 16 years.
Jade Jones was the first British athlete to become an Olympic taekwondo champion