Leading aspiring Great Britons to take off

By Online Editorial    

BA Great Britons Programme

Here at The Sport Review we’re working with the Great Britons programme: British Airways’ competition as part of their London 2012 Sponsorship for talented Britons.

It’s a chance for upcoming talent to win flights to help their careers take off: whether that means a flight out to a key competition, or a number of trips to access great training facilities, coaches and mentors.

We’ll be sharing exclusive interviews with winners in the sport category and bringing you some of their stories as the programme continues.

Most importantly however, we’re encouraging you to apply!

Great Britons is open to aspiring sports persons and runs every two months.

The current cycle of the competition closes at midday on August 24, so now’s the time to apply by letting the judges know where you’d like to fly and why.

Visit www.greatbritons.ba.com to apply!

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