Ambassadors

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Amy Hardy-Wilson

Amy plays for London Wasps Women, England and is a GB Olympian and Commonwealth Games Team member.

Amy joined Bristol in 2010 and was named as the club’s most improved player and the players’ player for 2012-13. She was chosen in the 12 strong GB Women’s seven squad for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and went on to score two tries.

She was part of the England sevens squad competing on the HSBC World Series in 2017-18 and represented the bronze medal winning Team England at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and was selected for Rugby World Seven in San Francisco in the same season.

Amy joined Tyrells Premier 15s outfit Wasps at the start of 2019 season but returned to the sevens programme in the New Year and became a part of the side to secure Olympic qualification.

Amy Wilson Hardy
Martyn Waghorn

Martyn Waghorn

Martyn is a Coventry FC Footballer, during his footballing career that led to him being the highest performing player in the Championship League during the 2017/18 season, he has played for an amazing portfolio of teams including Glasgow Rangers FC and Leicester City FC.

Martyn is also a former England U21 International player.

Helen Davies

Helen is a British long-distance runner. She competed for Britain at the 2010 European Athletics Championships and represented England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, both in the marathon. She had represented her country during the 2009 Toronto Waterfront Marathon which included an international team challenge.

Helen came to prominence as a marathon runner when she finished in a personal best time of 2:36:56 the 2010 London Marathon. This time won her place in the England squad for 2010 Commonwealth Games. She was selected for the British team to run at the 2010 European Athletics Championships, she was the fourth British runner to finish behind Michelle Ross-Cope, Susan Partridge and Holly Rush, a race that saw the British team come third in the European Marathon Cup. In the 2010 Commonwealth Games Davies finished eighth in a time of 2:49:24, three minutes behind Ross-Cope who finished sixth. Both in 2011 and 2012 Davies improved on her London Marathon time taking her personal best to 2:34:11. Helen finished second in the IAU 50 km World Championships in 2019 in a time of 3:09:16.

Helen Davies
Drew Kemp

Drew Kemp

Drew is one of British speedway’s hottest young talents and became British Under-19 Champion in 2019 before he retained that title in 2020. This talented young rider became a National Trophy winner with Mildenhall and won more silverware in 2019 with Kent, winning the National Trophy and National League Pairs.

Drew was part of the 2020 Great Britain team for the speedway of Nations. He will ride for Eastbourne in the Championship in 2021 whilst making his top-flight debut with Ipswich and will ride in the eWinner 1 . Leaugue in Poland for Zdunek Wybrzeze.