England, Bristol Bears
Abner van Reenen
England Rose, Leeds Rhinos
England Rose, Manchester Thunder
England Rose, Manchester Thunder
England Rose, Saracens
England Rose, Loughborough Lightening
England Rose, London Pulse
Josh Landmann is an exceptionally talented and inspiring young athlete competing in two sports disciplines; Para-Alipne Slalom and Para-Triathlon. Josh became British Slalom Champion (LW12-1 Para-Alpine) in March 2017. His goal is to compete at the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games in Beijing. Josh won Bronze in the July 2018 British Championships, earning him the chance to compete throughout Europe on the World Cup circuit in 2019; working towards the ITU World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland and pushing for selection for Tokyo 2020.
Josh is all about helping others in similar situations that he was in. In his efforts to raise awareness and funding for spinal injury charities a video of his ‘Tough Mudder’ race video went viral, hitting over 45 million views and was shared and reposted broadly across social media. Josh appeared as a guest on the Ellen show in Jan 2018. Josh talks in schools and businesses and visits young people in hospitals as a Young Persons Ambassador for the Spinal Injuries Association.
Manon Runs is a professional model. She has been the face for brands like TCS Amsterdam Marathon, Runner’s World, and ASICS. As a presenter for Rituals Cosmetics Manon has been on live television in the US and UK, and at PR events all over the world (Europe, UAE, Japan, India). Since 2012 Manon is responsible for creating training content for Rituals Cosmetics including the production of training videos.
She has recently transferred her acting skills to a wider audience, featuring in commercial videos for the Dutch Ministry of Defence, ASICS and Tikkie to name a few. Manon’s adventurous and sporty nature is a great asset when it comes to long and tough shooting days.
Andy is part of the Great Britain World Class Performance Program competing for Great Britain all over the world. He has attained a few titles in his short career and is proud to be the British Elite Champion for Paraduathlon, British Champion for Triathlon and the current European and World champion and Paralympic Gold Medallist in Rio 2016. He was awarded the Sports Person of the Year in the Pride of the Forest awards and disabled sports performer of the year in the Bristol Sports Awards.
Emily Campbell made her Commonwealth Games debut on the Gold Coast.
Emily, from Nottingham, joined the other weightlifters in Team England’s squad to compete at the Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre in the women’s +90kg category and won a bronze medal. She is coached by Dave sawyer and Cyril Martin at Atlas Weightlifting Club.
Jade is an aspiring young tennis player. She has competed at multiple tennis tournaments including the 2017 Great Britain 10U national tour final grade 1.
She has also represented Lancashire County Tennis for Age 9,10, 12 & 14 and when I was aged 10 we won the 10U National county cup seeded no 1 with my team.
Ben raced in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2006 and 2007, and he finished as runner-up in the championship in 2007. He was signed to drive for Campos Racing in early 2008.He also joined the team for the second round of the 2008 GP2 Asia Series, scoring a podium finish in his first GP2 race.
Fast-forwarding to the present day Ben has signed for NTT IndyCar Series team Dragon Speed. His aspirations are clear and Ben is striving to be successful under Dragon Speed with the series of races scheduled this year.
Grace is a serious talent, a Professional Ballerina, Model, Actress and loves her fitness training.
Lewis is an Olympic Gold Medal hopeful and has a huge future in the sport, he has won Gold in 2018 the GB Elite Three Nations Championships, and Gold again in 2018 in the England Elite National Championships. A big future and a one to watch that’s for sure.