bringontomorrow

The Bring on Tomorrow Foundation is a sporting legacy initiative established by For Goodness Shakes in partnership with SportsAid.

The Foundation helps to fund the development of promising young athletes, nurturing their talent and providing the support they need to become Great Britain’s champions of tomorrow.

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The British Athletes Commission acts as the unified voice of all Olympic, Paralympic and World Class funded athletes. It communicates their views to the major decision makers within British sport, and promotes athlete representation within their sports.

The BAC is also active in providing a number of other services to its membership. These include help and guidance on sporting, financial and legal issues that athletes come up against as well as a number of benefits specifically for elite athletes.

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The Sports Institute for Northern Ireland is a partnership between Sport Northern Ireland and the University of Ulster and is based on the Jordanstown campus of the University of Ulster. The SINI provide a range of support services tailored to suit individual athlete needs and enhance their performance.

For Goodness Shakes is a preferred provider of performance nutrition products to the Sports Institute for Northern Ireland.

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UKactive’s focus is a long-standing and uncompromising vision to get more people, more active, more often. We are committed to improving the health of the nation through promoting active lifestyles. We will achieve this by facilitating big impact partnerships, championing innovation, providing high quality services to our members, campaigning, providing research and sharing insights

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Proudly supporting the next generation

SportsAid helps the next generation of British sports stars by giving them financial support and recognition during the critical early years of their careers.

These athletes are typically aged 12 to 18 and are among our brightest hopes for future Olympic and Paralympic success.

The SportsAid Awards they receive recognise their achievements and potential before anyone else. These awards help aspiring athletes to train harder and compete more effectively so they can progress up to the senior and/or international level of their sport. At this point many go on to become Olympians and Paralympians.