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Nicola picked up her first hockey stick at the tender age of seven and has never looked back. From representing her hometown school, Hulme Grammer in Oldham, though to county level and being picked to represent her county level and being picked to represent her country at under-21's, Nicola has risen the ranks to become on of Team GB's biggest stars. 

Nicola made her senior England debut in June 2009. From there she went on to win bronze at the Europeans that year and the team continued to produce medal winning preformances which to date has accumlated to 13 medals. But it was efforts in Rio in summer 2016 which really placed Nicola and the rest of the team Hockey GB above the rest on a blamy night in Brazil. Up against their arch-rivals the Netherlands, millions of us watched in awe as Team GB won in a dramatic penalty shoot-out to be finally crowned, gold medallists. 
David is professional jockey who has ridden over 200 winners, including a Cheltenham Festival winner. Alongside his race riding career David hosts corporate events at over 150 race meetings each year and also runs his own jockey coaching school with over 100 aspiring jockeys, both young and old, attending coaching sessions throughout the year.

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John Kingston

John Kingston

Director of Rugby at Harlequins

John has been at Harlequins for over 15 years and has been Head Coach since 2008. In his time at the helm, the team have won the English Premiership, the European Amlin Trophy and the LV Cup.
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Richard is a proud Yorkshireman who re-joined Doncaster Knights in February 2014 after a five-year stint in France. Richard progressed through the Leicester Tigers Academy also representing England U18s.

The prop forward previously played for the Knights up until 2009/10 before signing with Pro D2 outfit Narbonne, France and returned to Castle Park as the Knights National One promotion charge hit full speed in February 2014 playing a pivotal role in the side’s successful return to the Championship.

Richard is one of Doncaster’s most consistent performers and recently surpassed his 200th game for the club.
Toby May

Toby May

Cornish Pirates Rugby Player

Toby has been at Cornish Pirates since signing for the 2015/16 season. He previously appeared for Cambridge University in the last two 'Varsity' matches 2014/15 and played senior rugby for Westcombe Park and Kent.

Prior to his Masters at St Edmund's College Cambridge, he played for the Bath University side and was a member of the England Students Development squad. In his first season in Cornwall, he was all but ever present, featuring in 27 games. Reliably safe under the high ball, he also showed up strongly on the counter-attack.
Paul Nicholls

Paul Nicholls

Champion National Hunt Trainer

After starting his career jockey, Paul started out in the training ranks 1991. Success as a top National Hunt trainer has gradually followed through enormous amounts of dedication, determination and hard work. Having been runner up to his main rival (legendary Trainer Martin Pipe) for no less than seven seasons in a row, Paul finally became Champion Trainer for the first time in season 2005-2006. Since then Manor Farm Stables has continued to go from strength to strength to become one of the most individually successful training establishments in the country. Four Cheltenham Gold Cup's, five Champion Chases, a remarkable nine King George VI Chases and numerous other Group 1 victories have all subsequently gone towards collecting ten Champion Trainers' titles for Paul Nicholls.
Michael White

Michael White

Professional Snooker Player

Michael is a Welsh professional snooker player from Neath. At the age of nine he became the youngest player to have made a century break in competitive play and he was the world amateur champion by 14. He won his first ranking event title at the 2015 Indian Open and was also 2015 Shootout Champion. Last year Michael was the 2017 Paul Hunter Classic Champion.
Aidan Coleman

Aidan Coleman

Professional National Hunt Jockey

Having only started his riding career at the age of 19 Aidan has made a meteoric rise through the ranks and is a well-established top National Hunt Jockey. He joined Jonjo O'Neill in 2016 and regularly rides in excess of 100 winners in a season, his best yet being 129 winners.

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Kate Grey

Kate Grey

Paralympic Swimmer, Athlete Mentor, Broadcaster

Kate represented Great Britain for 10 years competing at European and World Championships, and the highlight of her career; the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.

Since retiring from swimming she now works across the country as an Athlete Mentor and Broadcaster.
Carlton Lloyd Palmer started his football playing career at his home club, West Bromwich Albion, joining as an apprentice. After 6 years at West Brom he was sold to Sheffield Wednesday where he made his name in what was the old First Division. During his career he also played for Leeds United, Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Watford, Stockport County as well as a brief stint at Dublin City.

Carlton played 18 times for the England National team under Graham Taylor. He was a member of the England squad that went to the 1992 European Championships in Sweden and he was also capped 5 times for the England B team.

Carlton’s management career began when he was appointed player-manager of Stockport County in November 2001. He has since set up his own Football Academy in 2012 teaching football and P.E in Shanghai and is currently Director of Sport at Wellington College, Shanghai.
George has been surrounded by horses all of his life and started race riding in 1999. George has become one of the leading flat jockeys in the country and has ridden over 800 winners. He reached a century of victories in 2008, 2010 and 2013 when he broke the £1-million prize money mark for the first time. He achieved Group Two success on Bated Breath in the 2012 Temple Stakes and gained his first Group One victory in October, 2013 when the James Fanshawe-trained Seal Of Approval won the QIPCO Champion Fillies’ And Mares’ Stakes at Ascot.
At 6'7", Jersey-born Matt Banahan switched from the pack to the wing with devastating effect, scoring 16 tries in his debut season for Bath Rugby. Capped 16 times for England - he scored twice in his first two Test, and featured at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand - Banahan is the undisputed top try-scorer in the current Bath squad and at full tilt is the scourge of opposition defences. A long-time servant of Bath Rugby, Banahan has been a fantastic ambassador for the Club since his arrival from the London Irish Academy in 2006.
Adam Swift

Adam Swift

St Helens Rugby League Player

Adam is a winger for St Helens Rugby Club and has matured to be one of the best finishers in the game. To date he has racked up more than 50 and 2015 was one of his most consistent to date. He made his debut away at Widnes in April 2012 and scored a hat-trick. One of the hardest working players off the field, Adam is quick, has a great side step and is solid under the high ball. He's also not afraid to come off his wing to help out his forward and international honours are sure to follow.
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