Best Community Project 2019

Brixton Street Gym - Winner

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An organisation that is known from giving back, working with helping get gang members of the streets, former convicts, community members with mental health issues, drug users and liaising with their local council on joint initiatives. But most importantly, with the youth, helping give them a platform and route to success. 

The Apprentice Academy

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Green Gym

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Young achiever of the year 2019

Myles Leask - Winner

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A young gentleman who thrives to inspire. Having appeared on several major fitness publications,  representing household names like Nike and Under Armour and writing several successful books, this years young achiever of the year award goes to Myles Leask.

Ben Francis - Gym Shark

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Ellie Downie

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INNOVATIVE INSPIRATION OF THE YEAR (individual) 2019

Dina Asher Smith

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Micquel Wright - Winner

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Someone that can only be described a workaholic, an individual that spent 10 years in prison, came out to win 4 body building shows back to back, launch his own line of supplements including a pre workout that sold out in days, before going on to write and direct a hard hitting full feature film that has caught the eye of Netflix, this years innovative inspiration is:

Zanna Van Dijk

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OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORTS AND FITNESS

Joe Fraser - Winner

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This year’s winner is a young athlete who has spent his lifetime training and competing. The first Britain to have won a  gold medal on the parallel bars at a world championship and Britain’s third world champion in Gymnastics. This years outstanding achievement in sports and fitness goes to Joe Fraser.

Dan Lawrence

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Luke Hollman

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YOUNG SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR 2019

Beth Mead

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Hamzah Sheeraz - Winner

A young man who first laced up his gloves as an 8 year old boy. |Hailing from a family of successful

  

A young man who first laced up his gloves as an 8 year old boy. |Hailing from a family of successful boxers, making sure his families boxing bloodline continues to flow, Sheeraz began his campaign within the professional ranks at the age of eighteen.  A Sough born fighter who has 10 victories from 10 pro fights and picked up the WBO European title earlier this month. An athlete who gives back to his club and community and is proving to be a fantastic up and coming role model, this year’s young sports personality of the year is Hamzah Sheeraz.

Joe Fraser

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INSPIRATIONAL FITNESS PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR 2019 (feMALE)

Sarah Lindsay - Winner

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This years most inspirational female professional of the year is someone who continually inspires. Some one who eats, sleeps and breathes fitness. A former Olympian, a successful personal trainer to celebrities and public and a business woman set to open her third gym facility in Central London, your winner is Sarah Lindsay.

Whitney Simmons

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Zanna Van Dijk

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INSPIRATIONAL FITNESS PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR 2019 (male)

Simeon Panda

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Flex Lewis - Winner

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This gentleman first stepped foot into a gym at the age of 15, within a few years competed in his first body building show in 2003 and came first, a string of victories over many years of competing led him to the professional ranks and the prestigious Mr Olympia, winning 7 consecutive 212 Mr Olympia titles, he is regarded as the best 212 physique ever. 

A man who inspires thousands daily, this years winner is Flex Lewis.

Ryan John Baptiste

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Coach OF THE YEAR 2019

Ben Davison

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Neil Hill - Winner

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You’ve heard the phrase behind very successful man is a good woman, for athletes the phrase is behind every successful athlete is a badass coach.

After a successful stint as a IFBB professional bodybuilder, he turned his attention to coaching. The coach to some of the worlds best body builders and athletes including Flex Lewis, Ryan Terry and many many more. A coach to thousands of personal trainers and fitness professionals who are helping change health and fitness levels in the UK,  This years Coach of the year goes to Neil Hill

Dan Lawrence

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