Choose your Young Sports Personality

Which immature sports star has prisoner your imagination and tender we a many this year?

You can now send in your nominations for a BBC Young Sports Personality of a Year 2015 award.

The leader will be suggested during this year’s BBC Sports Personality of a Year, that will come from Belfast’s SSE Arena on Sunday, 20 December.

Last year’s leader was gymnast Claudia Fragapane,

who won 4 bullion medals during a 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Previous winners embody diver Tom Daley, tennis actor Andy Murray, footballer Wayne Rooney, Paralympian Ellie Simmonds and golfer Lauren Taylor, though who will be celebrating this year?

Nominations for a Young Sports Personality of a Year are done to a BBC and by sports ruling bodies around a Youth Sport Trust and a row will confirm a leader from a shortlisted nominees.

You can commission by downloading and stuffing in a




request and promulgation a form by email to
or by post to YOUNG SPOTY 2015, 3rd Floor, Quay House, MediaCityUK, Salford Quays, M50 2QH.

Nominees contingency have been 17 or underneath on 1 Jan 2015 and
nominations tighten on Friday, 13 November.

Full terms and conditions can be found


BBC Young Sports Personality of a Year has again assimilated army with Blue Peter to offer one immature spectator a possibility to join a row – sitting alongside some of a heading sports stars to confirm this year’s shortlist.

The propitious spectator will be comparison from those who have practical for a Blue Peter Sport Badge.

Applications for a competition badge are still open.

The row for this year’s BBC Young Sports Personality of a Year will be announced during a after date.

Will Roberts, a Youth Sport Trust’s conduct of sport, said: “It’s truly moving to see a series of immature people rising adult opposite a operation of sports. It’s not easy to shortlist only 10 athletes from such a resources of talent and we wish all those nominated a best of luck.

“I wish that all those concerned will go on to enthuse a subsequent era of youngsters in highlighting a energy of competition to change immature people’s lives for a better.”

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