Emma JohnsonDouble Olympic gold medal winner having won both the 800 metre and 1500 metre finals at Athens in 2004. Now giving back to the community through her own charity, the Emma Johnson Trust, using mentors to get 16 to 24-year-olds not in education, employment, or training into work.
Olivia BrownCemented her place in sporting history after winning every major title (Olympics, World Championships, European Championships) in her sport of skeleton in just 407 days in 2014/5. With consecutive Olympic gold medals in 2014 and 2018, she is the most successful British Winter Olympian and the most successful Olympic Skeleton athlete of all time from any nation.
Isabella Taylor2014 Winter Paralympic skiing gold medal winner who combined with partner Olivia White to win the Women’s Super G in Sochi. In the process, Isabella and Olivia became the first-ever British gold medalists at a Winter Paralympics.
Ethan SmithWorld Champion in 2014, Ethan realised his dream of becoming Paralympic table tennis champion in Rio in 2016. Ethan’s celebration after claiming gold in Brazil was one of the most iconic images of the Games. Born with rare congenital disorder arthrogryposis in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Lucas BrownEarned a bronze medal at the 2017 World Athletics Championships as part of the 4x400m relay squad. He is a 2012 Olympian who competed in both the 400 metre hurdles and 4x400m relay events at the Summer Olympic Games in London. Lucas also represented Team GB in the 400m hurdles event at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Ava WilsonAva Wilson is the fastest British woman in history, currently holding British records in the 100m (10.85), 200m (21.89) and 4x100m (41.77). She is the reigning European Champion over 100m, 200m and 4x100m. She is also the world’s fastest teenager ever over 60m and 200m.
Harry TurnerSevenoaks-born race walker who currently holds 5 British records. Harry finished 6th in the 20km walk event at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and broke the world record for the 1 mile race walk at the 2017 Anniversary Games in London. Attended the same preparatory school as fellow Kent Sports Trust ambassador Olivia Brown.
Mia HarrisEngland and GB international hockey player who has featured in 3 Olympics, including Rio 2016. As well as being regarded as one of the best hockey players in the world, Mia currently plays for the Invicta Dynamos Ice Hockey Club.
Lily TurnerGreat Britain trampolinist, and has been ranked as world #1. Lily competed in the 2012 Olympics in London and finished 6th overall at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. Lily also earned a team bronze medal at the 2017 Trampoline World Championships in Bulgaria.
Samuel EvansRetired rugby union international prop with 40 England caps and 2 British & Irish Lions caps to his name. Played the full 80 minutes in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Final. Had spells at Richmond, Bristol, Sale Sharks, and Toulon, lifting the 2013 Heineken Cup while playing in France.
Emma HillRugby World Cup winner in 2014 and Rugby World Cup runner-up in 2017 with England. Played for Medway Rugby Club and is currently plying her trade at centre with Harlequins. Emma was the first female professional player on the Rugby Players’ Association players’ board.
Oliver KingFirst British competitor in over 10 years to gain a Top 3 place at World’s Strongest Man in 2007. Finished 3rd again 4 years later in the same competition. Former UK’s Strongest Man, Britain’s Strongest Man, and England’s Strongest Man.
Lily GreenMulti-World and European English sport shooter clay-shooting champion. She has now won 26 world titles, 19 European titles, 4 European Compak titles, and 12 world cups. Lily became the first woman ever to shoot ‘100 straight’ in a World Championship event in 2011.
Jacob BrownOne of the most popular darts players on the professional circuit, Dartford-based Jacob “The Viking” Brown was the winner of the 2004 BDO World Darts Championship and the 1999 Winmau World Masters.
Ethan WhiteBorn in Ditton, Ethan is one of the leading all-round snooker players on the planet. Since reaching the final of the 2013 World Snooker Championship, “The Hawk” has won the Players Championship and the World Grand Prix. Ethan has also finished runner-up at the Northern Ireland Open and The Masters.
Owen HughesFormer Kent and England wicketkeeper who won the Ashes in 2005. Now working as a PE teacher, Owen spent over 13 years at Canterbury, winning 34 Test caps in the process.
Max AdamsFormer Kent captain and England batsman with 15 Test matches to his name. Guided Kent to the 2007 Twenty20 Cup Finals Day victory and scored almost 20,000 career first-class runs in an 18-year spell with Kent Cricket. Currently working with Sky Sports.
Alexander CarterAshford-born left-handed batsman and right-arm off break bowler who made his debut for Kent in 2001. Alexander was appointed Kent county captain for the 2013 season, made his Test debut for England in 2010, and has taken over 750 wickets in his career. Retired from playing at the end of the 2018 season.
Ethan WrightKent Cricket all-rounder with over 20,000 runs and 500 wickets on his CV. Ethan is regarded as one of the best players never to have played international cricket.
Ava DawsonAva Dawson is an English middle distance athlete. She was the Commonwealth champion in the 1500 m in 2006 and won a silver medal in the same distance at the 2009 World Championships.
Samuel PerryFormer professional racing