Newark's under-18 200m world record holder Amy Hunt finishes third in SportsAid’s prestigious One-to-Watch Award
Having been awarded third place at the ceremony for SportsAid’s prestigious One-to-Watch Award, Newark’s Amy Hunt believes her latest achievement will take her to even greater heights in 2020.
After breaking the under-18 200m world record and later becoming the European Junior champion, the sprinter was chosen as one of ten nominees for the annual One-to-Watch Award, selected from around 1,000 rising British stars supported by SportsAid across more than 60 different sports in 2019.
The 17-year-old attended the ceremony at Sea Containers House in central London alongside SportsAid alumni such as Christine Ohuruogu, Leon Taylor and Lutalo Muhammad, but just missed out on the award as para-swimming sensation Ellie Challis was named the winner.
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