13th November

Dirt Track Rider Jack Bell has received a donation from Adam's Foundation to help with his costs when travelling to Europe as he has been invited to participate in the FIM World Championships. In 2020 he went straight from the junior classes to professional and was the youngest person ever to do this.

Jack Bell

Jack Bell

Debbie O'Connell is a Para Athlete who competes in 100m, 200m and 400m. Debbie has been asked by England Athletics to gain international classification at the beginning of next year then race in the international championships. Debbie aspires to get to the Paralympic Games in 2024.

Adam's Foundation has supported canoeist, Lewis Andrews, for a second time. In the last year Lewis has progressed from Boys D to Boys B and come top 10 in his categories. He is now chasing the Olympic Hopes squad.

Charlotte Ashcroft is a cricketer that is already playing for Nettleham Senior Team in the Lincolnshire Leagues despite being just 15. She has also represented the County at Under 18's. The funding from the charity will help Charlotte get 1:1 coaching by an ECB level 3 coach and also help with travel costs.

Thomas Talbot has received further support from the Foundation as he continues to progress in Frame Running. This year he has already been selected for the England Athletics Paralympic Development Academy and SportsAid Commonwealth Games England Futures programmes. Thomas aims to be selected for the British Athletics Paralympic Development Academy in the next 12 months and to win the 200m and 400m at the 2023 EA Combined National Disability Athletics Championships.

William Mellor is a hockey player who has been an integral part of the Lindum Mens 3 team despite only being 15. William was put forward from the county for trials with the Yorkshire and North East Performance Centre in September 2021 and was successful in joining the squad. William aspires to attend the Olympic Games in 2032 in Australia. 

Cyclist, Georgette Rand has received funding that she will put towards equipment and transport costs. Recent acheivements for Georgia include 1st place in the National 500m TT and being accepted on to the GBCT Junior Academy World Class Track Sprint program.

From left to right: Ben Bell (collecting on behalf of his brother Jack), Lewis Andrews, William Mellor, Charlotte Ashcroft, Georgette Rand and Debbie O’Connell 

Toby and Bethany Ellis are both part of Table Tennis England and are competing at National and International Level. This year, Toby has achieved the Number 1 ranking at Under 19's for Table Tennis England and was one of only three to be accepted into the GB Development Squad. Bethany ended 2021 ranked Number 1 in the Table Tennis England Cadets. Her long term aim is to compete for England/GB at the Commonwealth Games and Olympics.

Bethany and Toby Ellis

Toby and Bethany Ellis 

Aidan Evans, Georgia Lancaster, Holly Marshall and Adam and Joseph Dennison

6th April 

The charity has supported Lauren Douce for a second time. Since last receiving funding, Lauren went to Abu Dhabi for the World Special Olympic Games and won the overall title as World Champion. Lauren now competes in trampolining and aims to compete in the next Paralympics if it is accepted as a sport.

Talented swimmer, Aidan Evans, has received support from the Foundation. Aidan has already been selected for the Swim England Regional Development Talent Pathway Programme despite only being 12. Aidan is aiming to collect Gold's at the County Championships in 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke in the next year.

Cyclist, Georgia Lancaster, has received support that will go towards a new bike. In the last year, Georgia mainly competed in Time Trials last year due to COVID and is now the ten mile TT champion for Sleaford Riders. Over the next twelve months, Georgia aims to compete in the British Cycling Road Race series. This includes a tour of the North West, Yorkshire and Wales.

Holly Marshall is a swimmer that has been very successful in the Individual Medley in the last 12 months. At the East Midlands Regional Championships, Holly was 1st in the 100IM and 200IM. Holly hopes to win more medals at this years championships and make the most of being selected for the Swim England Talent Programme.

Adam Dennison has received a second donation from the Foundation after making great progress in the past year. Adam finished 3rd in the Cadet Nationals last year and represented England in the Cadets at the European Championships last summer. Over the next 12 months, he hopes to compete abroad more against some of the best throughout the world.

Joseph Dennison is another talented table tennis player who won several competitions last year. He won the Junior British league completion in November, winning 10/10 over the weekend and then in the final weekend of the same competition, he won 9/10 and was second in the averages in his division with his team coming away with a gold medal. In the next two years, Joseph hopes to represent England in European Youth Championships.

Ellise Rymer has been a member of England East Midlands Girls Golf squad since 2018. Ellise came 5th in the English Girls U16 National Championships and 1st in the Scottish Girls U16 National Championships last year. Ellise aims to compete in more International Level tournaments in the next year and represent England in the Girls U18 Squad.

Ellise Rymer

Ellise Rymer

Lucy Guest

Lucy Guest


9th August

Kayaker, Lucy Guest, received funding from the Foundation and has since been selected for the Under 23 European Championships and the Senior World Cup next summer.

Adam's Foundation has supported Thomas Talbot as he continues to progress in Racerunning. Thomas has recently been selected for the England Paralympic Talent Programme in 2022.

Georgia Brock-Taylor received further support and has now signed for Loughborough Lightning Super League Squad in Netball.

21st May 

Shannon Black is the first Cheerleader to be sponsored the charity. Shannon is a student at Lincoln University. One of Shannon's biggest achievements is making an International Level 5 All Star Cheerleading Team.

The Foundation has supported Adam Dennison who is a talented young Table tennis player. Adam recently received a Bronze Medal at the Cadet National Championships.


4th March

Sisters, Keira-Grace and Freya Castledine, have received support from Adam’s Foundation. Both play Netball and reached National Level in 2019 as well as attending Aspire Netball Performance Academy for Elite Athletes. Both have a good chance of being picked for this years Loughborough U15 Competitive squad and also for this summers England Netball Programme.

Kickboxer, Talon Chambers, won the Irish Open in 2019 and is currently ranked WAKO Number 1 in the world in the +47 Division. Talon will use his funding to help travel and compete in the Serbia WAKO World Championships as well as other UK and International competitions.

Ballerina, Annabel Foster, has received further support from the charity as she continues to progress at the Royal Ballet School in London. Annabel has had to work hard to be offered a place in Year 9 as this isn’t guaranteed at the start of Year 8.

Wheelchair Racer, Joel James, is hoping to be internationally classified in 2020. When he achieves this he will hope to compete in 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m and 5000m in competitions in Italy and Switzerland. His long term aim is to compete in the next World Games and Paralympics.


Amelia Peters

Amelia Peters


Amelia Peters is the first player from Water Polo to receive support from the Foundation. Amelia trains in the Under 19’s GB squad and has just been asked to trial for the Senior Women’s squad. In 2018, Amelia competed in Madeira for GB Under 19’s and is still eligible to compete for them in the Europeans in Ostia in July this year.

Zac Pywell is a triathlete who primarily competes in Ironman. Zac’s funding will mainly go towards coaching and physio costs as well as travel as he competes Nationally and Internationally. In 2019, Zac came first in his age group in Ironman 70.3 Bahrain and Ironman 70.3 Lanzarote and over the next 12 months he plans to qualify for the World Championships in New Zealand.

Joel James

Joel James


Ethan Steele has been sponsored by Adam’s Foundation as he continues to represent GB in UK and International Competitions. In 2019, Ethan won the English Open, Scottish Open and Northern Irish Open as well as Silver at the British Championships and Copenhagen International. Ethan has a great chance of representing GB at the 2024 Olympics.

Kickboxer, Mackenzie Warrant, has received his second donation from Adam’s Foundation. In 2019, Mackenzie represented GB in Hungary and earned Grand Champion in three categories. He aims to represent GB again this year at the World Championships and take his 2nd Dan Black Belt.

Adam’s Foundation will sponsor Lyra Waterswho competes in Roller Derby and plays for the Lincolnshire Bombinos who are based in Lincoln. Lyra has been selected to represent GB in the Junior Roller Derby World Cup in Saskatchewan, Canada in August.


5th November 

Matt Ellis has received funding from the Foundation that will go towards his 2020 season where he will be racing for a Cornish based UCI continental racing team. Last year he raced for a top division French Team called Charvieu Chavagneux Isere Cyclisme based close to Lyon. Matt’s aim for this year is to podium at the National U23 Championships on the road and podium at the Cyclo-cross national series.

Will Lonsdale is the second Fencer to be sponsored by Adam’s charity. He recently came 17th out of a field of 196 at a Junior World Cup Event in Aix-en-Provence. He has also been selected for the 2020 World Fencing Championships.

Will Lonsdale

Will Lonsdale

Thomas Talbot has been sponsored again by the charity. Thomas competes Nationally and Internationally in Racerunning and races several distances. In April 2019, Thomas broke the U16 RR2 Male 100m World Record and then broke the 1500m RR2 U16 World Record in May 2019. Thomas was also nominated in the Disabled Sportsperson of the Year category at the Lincolnshire Sports Awards.

Road Cyclist, Joe Laverick, has received his second donation from the Foundation. Joe’s recent achievements include 8th Junior at the World Time Trial Championships and Top 10 Overall at Tour of Basque Country and Tour of Wales. In the next few months, Joe will be moving to France to ride for a World Tour U23 Development Team.

Adam’s Foundation has supported its first basketball player. Andre Ryan, from Lincolnshire, plays for Leicester Riders U16’s and has recently been called up to the U15 England Selection Squad. His goal for the next 5 years is to be playing NCAA College Basketball in America.

14th August 

After winning Four Golds and One Silver Medal at the 2018 World Special Olympic Games in Abu Dhabi, Gymnast and trampolinist, Lauren Douce, is aiming for selection for the GB Trampolining team with trials in December. Her sponsorship will go towards training and competition costs.

Lauren Douce

Young dancer, Eva Fellows, has received a donation from Adam’s Foundation. Eva has been selected for the mid associate programme at the Royal Ballet Covent Garden after completing the Junior Associate Programme there in June. Eva was also a finalist in the White Lodge Royal Ballet Selection Programme.

Eva Fellows

Eva Fellows

Adam’s Charity has made a donation to Epee Fencer, William Ferguson, who became the U16 British Champion in May this year. William has already represented England at International level and aims to secure place on GB Cadet squad and to represent GB on European Championship circuit in the next 12 months. William was the Young Sportsman Runner up at the 2018 Lincolnshire Sports Awards.

Powerlifter, Amelia Mayock, has received funding that will help towards her National and International Competitions. In 2018, Amelia represented GB at U18 in Czech Republic where she won Gold for deadlift, Bronze for Bench Press and Bronze overall. Amelia will represent GB in the World Championships in Canada and in 2020 will compete in the British Equipped Juniors which are being held in Horncastle.

24th April

Archer, Jacob Boden, has received further support to help with competition and training costs. Jacob recently competed in the European Youth Cup in Slovenia and finished an impressive 9th. His next competition will be the Indoor Nationals Open in Warwickshire in September.

Oliver Kettleborough is an Artistic Gymnast and competes across all six apparatus. Oliver’s recent achievements include Masters Titles for Rings, P-Bars, Floor, Vault and Pommel at the Disability Masters for Artistic Gymnastics. His sponsorship will help towards retaining his British title and Masters Title. He also aims to compete in mainstream competition.

Nick Welbourn is the first sailor to receive sponsorship from Adam’s Foundation. Nick has been part of the British Youth Sailing Team for 4 years and is a member of the RYA Laser Radial Youth Squad. Nick came 3rd in the Laser Radial Men’s competition at the Palamos International Christmas Race 2018 and was the 2018 Laser Radial UK Youth Inland Champion.

Nick Welbourn, Oliver Kettleborough, Jacob Boden

Nick Welbourn, Oliver Kettleborough and Jacob Boden

Cyclist, Rory Standish, has qualified for the National Time Trial Championship for the past 3 years and is now moving into triathlon with the aim of being in the East Midlands Academy in the next five years. Rory was recently the youth winner of the Woodhall Spa Triathlon and will compete in the British Triathlon Championships in Leicester in September.

23rd February

Anna Daly has received further support as she continues her education at the Royal Ballet School. Despite strong competition to retain her place at the School, Anna is now in her fifth successive year which is a great achievement.

Flossie England has received support from the Foundation to help with her 2019 equestrian season. Flossie recently qualified for the Pony British Novice showjumping second rounds with her Para Season starting next month.

Annabel Foster has become the third Ballet Dancer to receive a donation after being accepted at the Royal Ballet School. Annabel was only one of 13 boys and 13 girls accepted from over 1,000 people who auditioned for a place at the prestigious school so it is a huge achievement.

Elliot Harvey is first person to receive support from Adam’s Foundation for American Football. Elliot has been accepted on to the GB American Football Programme and has represented GB at under 19 level. He is also the first Lincolnshire Bomber to score a touchdown representing GB.

Elliot Harvey

Elliot Harvey

Judoka, Ethan Steele, continues to progress and take titles in Judo. Since his most recent donation from Adam’s Foundation, he has taken Gold at English Open, Scottish Open and Northern Irish Open. 

Luke Easton received funding to help with his progression in Karate. He travelled to Madrid in November to compete as part of a three man team in the World Championships and is also going back out to Spain in March to represent England in the Senior European Championships.

Kickboxer, Mackenzie Warrant, has received his first donation from the charity. Mackenzie has already competed in a World Championship and has since continued to train with GB squad. In March he competed at the Adidas CIMAC Superleague and finished in first place.

Mackenzie Warrant

Mackenzie Warrant

Isabella Vinter

Charlie Jubbs and Elly Spence

Charlie Jubbs and Elly Spence

Matthew Bates

Matthew Bates


3th September

Isabella Vinter has received further funding as she continues to progress in Triathlon. During 2018, Izzy won the LWAC 3k series for U13 girls and finished 6th in the region at the Leeds IRC National Qualifier for British Triathlon. Izzy’s aim for 2019 is to become part of the East Midlands Triathlon Academy.

9 year old Tennis Player, Reuben Herridge is already representing Lincolnshire at County and Regional Level. This year, Reuben was a finalist in two regional tournaments after playing some of the top players from the North of England and Midlands. His funding from Adam’s Foundation will help him as he aims to step up to National Level in the next 12 months.


30th April

Georgie Brock-Taylor currently plays netball for Loughborough Lightning under 19’s as well as Charnwood Netball Club Under 16’s despite only being 14 years old. Georgie is already being watched by England scouts and hopes to join their under 17 camp and play in their squad at netball Europe.

Lauren Douce has received funding that will go towards her competing at the World Special Olympic Games in Abu Dhabi. Lauren competes in Swimming and Trampolining but excels in Gymnastics. Last autumn, Lauren achieved five medals at the National Special Olympics in Sheffield and was Overall Class 1 at the British Championships

Lincolnshire Bombino, Eve Gormley, has participated in roller derby for six years. In autumn last year, she was selected to play for England Juniors and will fly out to Philadelphia in July to participate in an exhibition game at the end of Women’s Roller Derby World Cup

16th January

Archer, Jacob Boden, will be travelling to France during Easter to participate in an international training camp. Everyone at the Foundation wishes him all the best.

Emily Patch has received funding that will go towards her competition and training costs in triathlon. Emily has made significant progress since she was last sponsored by the charity. She has qualified for the 2018 European Sprint Distance Championships as well as finishing 3rd in the National Sprint Championships.

Cyclist and Triathlete, Rory Standish, has received his first donation from the Foundation. For the past 2 years, Rory has qualified for the National Time Trial Championships and hopes to represent East Midlands in Triathlon in 2018





Talented Dancer, Matthew Bates, has received further funding from the Foundation as he aims to get into the Royal Ballet Company. He was one of only three British boys to be accepted in the graduate year at the Royal Ballet School which is a huge achievement and his recent performances include Nacho Duato’s Multiplicity and Anthony Dowell’s ‘Auroras Wedding’ from Sleeping Beauty.

Recipient, Alex Parker, is the first Modern Pentathlete to be sponsored by Adam’s Foundation. Alex recently competed in the Yorkshire region modern triathlon (run, shoot, swim) and won each discipline and therefore qualified for the National Triathlon Championships where he came 5th overall in his age group. In the next 12 months, he will be adding fencing to his competition repertoire and aims to move from Silver to Gold on the English Talent Pathway.





Kayaker, Patrick Mongan, competes in Flatwater Sprint Kayak Racing and in 2017 was one of the youngest athletes to be selected for the GB Talent Pathway at British Canoeing. He competed with the Super Regional Squad at an international event in Belgium, achieving silver in the K2 1000m race. Patrick is aiming to go to the European Championships in 2018 and join the Olympic Hopes team.

Angus Smith has received funding towards his aim of placing at the European Sprint Triathlon Championships in Glasgow in August. Angus recently achieved a Bronze medal at the National Duathlon Championships and a 14th place finish at the World Standard Distance Championships in Rotterdam. 


Elly Spence, who participates nationally and internationally in Irish Dancing has received her first donation from the charity which will go towards her equipment and competition costs. In the last World Championships, Elly placed 27th and she recently placed 5th in the Scottish Nationals. Her aim for 2019 is to achieve a medal at the next World Championships in North Carolina which she has qualified for.

Squash player, Charlie Jubbs, who is on the Aspire East Midlands Programme has received support from the foundation to help towards his completion costs. Charlie already captains Lincolnshire U13 boys and has represented East Midlands at the National England squash Aspire Championships.



Wheelchair Racer, Joel James, competes in the T34 Classification at several distances and has been selected to represent the North East team in the school games for the past two years. Joel’s funding from Adam’s Foundation will support him as he represents England at the CPISRA World Games in Barcelona in August.

Adam’s Foundation has sponsored swimmer, Ethan Grace-Riches, as he aims to qualify for the Junior European Championships later this year. He will also be aiming for a gold at the British Nationals in July. Ethan has recently been nominated for Secondary School Sports Person of the Year Award.

11 year old swimmer, Jessica Wheaton, qualified for ten events at the County Championships in 2018, winning 5 golds and 3 silvers. Jessica’s funding will help with travel costs now she has been selected for the GB Talent Pathway. This comes after being ranked at number 2 in at 50m Breaststroke in the country.




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11th October

Alice Standish has had a fantastic 2017 in cycling with 1st place finishes in the Doncaster, Tameside, Ixworth and Fakenham Criterium Races. Alice has also represented East Midlands at the UK School Games and is hoping to compete abroad next year.

Judoka, Ethan Steele, has also had a successful year winning medals across the country and even winning the 'Young Sportsman of the Year' Award at the Lincolnshire Sports Awards. He has also been selected for the Regional England Development Squad.

Isabella Vinter received her first donation from Adam's Foundation as she aims to become part of the East Midlands Triathlon Team next year. Despite being only 12 years old, Isabella has already competed in regional and national events in cross country and open water swimming.

Luke Easton has a great chance of competing for GB in karate at the 2020 Olympic Games. He is already competing at a world level and has been selected seven times to represent England in the Junior World Championships. As well as competing, he has already begun coaching karate to younger competitor as his competition costs are largely self funded.

Wheelchair Tennis player, Matthew Murray, has received funding from the foundation that will go towards competition entry, travel and hotel costs as he aims to play compete in ITF events in Europe in 2018. Matthew is already part of the Tennis Foundation Development Squad and has competed in the British Open for Juniors.

Anna Daly has had another successful year at the Royal Ballet School and has received support from Adam's Foundation to help with her costs for the next 12 months. Anna has recently won the prestigious Kenneth Macmillan Choreographic Award for 2017 which is a huge achievement.

Golfer, Courtney Martland, has received her first donation from Adam's foundation that will go towards competition and training costs. Courtney has had a great 2017 and continues to reduce her handicap. 

Adam's Foundation has also made another significant donation to the Lincolnshire Elite Athlete Programme which offers various types of support as well as financial help.

Caitlin Mullins, Thomas Talbot, Elias Khanouss

Courtney Martland, Thomas Talbot and Elias Khanouss

April 4th

Footballer, Jennifer Evans has received support from Adam's Foundation to help with her travel costs to the 2017 Deaflympics. Jennifer has previously won a bronze medal at the 2016 World Cup.  

Current U21 National Champion, Tom Jarvis, received support to help him reach at top 15 world junior ranking in the next year in table tennis.

Elias Khanouss has been sponsored as he aims to dance at World Championship level in Irish Dancing. The dedicated dancer will use the funding for competition travel and clothes costs.  

Swimmer, Caitlin Mullins, won 8 medals at the County Championships in February Championships and hopes to achieve a National Qualifying time in the next 12 months. Her sponsorship will go towards competition fees and a racing costume.

Thomas Talbot has received support from Adam's Foundation to help with his competition costs in National and International racerunning - an adapted form of athletics for people with cerebral palsy. In 2016, Thomas represented England at the CPISRA 20th International Racerunning Camp and the European Championships. 

Matt Bates, Joe Laverick, Rebekah Ward and Matthew Broughton

26th July

The Lincolnshire Bombinos are a roller derby team in one of the world's fastest growing sports which is also being considered for future inclusion at the Olympics. Five of the team are travelling to Copenhagen in August to participate in the first ever Junior European Roller Derby Tournament and have received financial support from Adam's Foundation.

In 2017, Matthew Bates was chosen to represent the Royal Ballet School in Japan and was the only boy to perform in the Royal Ballet Schools Solo's Evening! In the next 12 months he is hoping to complete his second year assessments so he can make the graduation year.

Swimmer, Matthew Broughton, has received support from the Foundation to help with his training, travel and competition costs. He has achieved 9 qualifying times for the 2017 British Summer Championships. He has also been nominated for Young Sportsman of the Year at the Lincolnshire Sports Awards this year.

James Leaper is the first power-lifter to be sponsored by Adam's Foundation. James has recently won the national classic bench press competition for under 66kg males. He has now qualified the Commonwealth Bench Competition in September. His funding will go towards travel and entry fees for competitions.

First time recipient, Joe Laverick, is a Schoolboy National time-trial champion and also finished 17th at the British Cycling National series junior tour of the Mendips stage race. The funding from Adam's Foundation will allow him to compete in races of higher quality.

Rebekah Ward has made the switch from Athletics to Triathlon and finished 2nd in her age group in her first event last year. She has recently qualified for the World Sprint Triathlon Championships which are taking place in Rotterdam in September.

Lincolnshire Bombinos

Lincolnshire Bombinos

January 18th 

Alice Barnsdale is currently ranked 6th in the UK at the Hammer Throw at Under 20 level despite still only being 17. Megan is looking to achieve a podium at the English Schools Championships and then go for a place at the World U20 Championships in 2018.  

Athlete, Megan Ellison, has received support from Adam's Foundation as she looks to qualify for the English Schools Competition in the 800m. Megan also runs in the 1500m and 3000m. In 2016 she became the North Midlands Cross Country Champion as well as the Lincolnshire County 800m Champion.

Talented squash player, Harry Falconer, has received support that will go towards his travel and accommodation costs. Harry is currently the England Number 1 at U19 level and will play for the England U19 Team at the European Championships in Portugal this year.

Swimmer, Ethan Grace-Riches, has recently been selected for the England Talent Programme. His funding will go towards his aim of competing at Midland Level in May and hopefully Nationally in the summer.

Oliver Jackson has received support to enable him to compete in sprint and marathon events as a canoeist with his own paddles. In September 2016, Oliver received the Paddle Ability Under 16 Trophy for East Midlands. 

Keele Markland has gained support from Adam's Foundation that will go towards his target of competing at the World Dwarf Games. Keele has recently won Gold Medals in Football, Basketball and Hockey events and was a Disabled sports person runner up at the Lincolnshire Sports Awards. 

Seamus Sheard who is a standard distance triathlete, has already represented GB at International level and was the 17th Under 20 at the World Championships in Mexico last year. His funding will go towards equipment, nutrition and travel costs in 2017.  

Swimmer, Maya Westlake, has received further support as she looks to reach the commonwealth games in 2018. Maya was recently selected to represent GB in in Texas in January and also won the 200m Freestyle at the British Nationals.


October 26th

Anna Daly has received further support as she continues to dance at the Royal Ballet School. Anna performed at Holland Park and the Royal Opera House in the schools final performance of the year.

2016 British Aquathlon champion, Emily Moss, has received support as she aims to represent GB in the European and World Championships next year. The funding will be used to compete in international events.

Emily Patch has had a fantastic year in triathlon and in August became British Under 20 standard distance triathlon champion. Emily has already qualified for next years European Championships and is hoping to qualify for the World Championships as well.

Nine year old canoeist, Lewis Andrews, is the youngest individual that Adam's Foundation has ever sponsored. This year he won the National Marathon Title for under 10's and hopes to become national champion next year in both sprint and marathon racing in the under 12's category.

Alice Standish

Alice Standish

Abi Burr

Abi Burr

Jack Hodgson

Jack Hodgson

July 6th

Ethan Steele has received his first donation from Adam's Foundation as he looks to add to his already impressive list of accolades in Judo. The donation will help him enter more major competitions in both the UK and abroad.

Cyclist, Alice Standish, who travels all over the UK competing in various events and will use the funding to help with travel and accommodation costs. Alice is currently 24th in the Under 16 National Rankings despite still only being 14.

Adam's Foundation has made a significant donation to the both Lincolnshire and Gainsborough District Athletics Team and Lincolnshire Schools' Athletics Team to enable them to compete at the highest possible level this summer including the School Games in Gateshead.

Declan Bennett, who is a multiple world champion after last years World Transplant Games, has received support for the European Transplant Games this year in Finland. The swimmer won 7 Medals last year and set 7 world records as well.


March 16th

Abi Burr has received further support to help with her costs as a swimmer. Abi has recently represented the East Midlands Team in Luxembourg and her aim for this year is to qualify for the British Summer Championships in July and medal at the ASA nationals in August.

Lara Edwards, who competes in dressage, has achieved her dream of gaining a Team GB flag. The support she has gained from Adam's Foundation will go towards lessons and her aim of participating in more international competitions later in the year.

Jacob Boden has received support from the foundation for the first time so he can enter competitions that are classed as ‘essential’ in enabling him to gain the scores required to attend the selection shoot next year which will then allow him to represent GB in Archery. Jacob is currently the U14 National Indoor Champion

 Kieran Tscherniawsky

Kieran Tscherniawsky






Matthew Bates has received further support as he looks forward to starting at the Royal Ballet Upper School in September. Matthew has spent the previous year as Head Boy at the School and has performed in various productions including the Nutcracker.

Shot Putter, Kieran Tscherniawsky, has received a donation that will go towards his trip to Rio De Janeiro for the Paralympics. This will be Kieran's second Paralympics after competing in London. We wish him all the best!

Nichola Clark has received support as she aims to start competing again at Regional Level in Dressage following her back injury.

Cerebral Palsy athlete, Lee Cupit, has received a donation as he continues to compete in the shot put at international level. Lee is hoping to qualify for the World and European Championships next year and will use the donation to help with competition costs.


Declan Bennett

Declan Bennett

Dedicated athlete Brad Piper, has been supported from Adam's foundation and will use the donation to help with equipment and travel costs. Brad is currently the only U17 sprint Hurdler at LWAC and is working hard to get into the East of England team again.

Adam's Foundation is very pleased to support Woodhall Spa Ladies Hockey Team and has made a donation towards their equipment costs. The club is very welcoming towards new players ages 14+ and is hoping to enter a Summer Hockey League for the first time.

Adam's Foundation has also made a donation to Rachel Belcher who is cycling from London to Paris and to raise money for the CSP Network which will benefit Lincolnshire Sport. The money raised will go towards helping people of all ages with a disability to take part in sport or physical activity. Please go on the following website for more information or to sponsor her.