For over 40 years, Superschools have worked with our country's greatest athletes.
Their inspiring stories have had a positive influence on millions of children and still do today
Freeride Mountain Bike
Becoming a 6x UK champion & achieving 8 front covers on the leading cycling magazines worldwide, Grant's style of riding is very exciting. He has inspired millions of children over the globe and still continues to do so today. With his portable trailer, Grant will perform various tricks in the playground including tail whips, 360's and even BACKFLIPS!
Alongside Julian, Joseph has been one of our longest serving ambassadors. His story on how Superschools inspired him to become the incredible multi award winning athlete he is today, is a perfect fit for why we attend schools.
Matti is a professional flatland BMX rider and 3x Guinness World Record holder. He has competed in international competitions, has planned and hosted extreme sports events where he perform shows at the highest level all over the world. How about at your school!
Downhill Mountain Bike
Manon became a double world champion in 2014, winning the UCI Mountain Bike World Championship and the UCI World Cup Mountain Bike Downhill Series. She was also named Elite Cyclist of the Year at the USN Welsh Cycling Awards
Mountain Bike Trials
Andrei started riding trials at the age of 13 and has been competing for the last 10 years. He has been the highest placed UK rider in the UCI World rankings for several years in a row and in the top 10 in the world for the past 6 years. He has also won UK Elite championship competitions and been on the European and World podiums in BIU Competitions on many occasions. You may have even seen him on Ninja Warrior UK too!
During Karen Legg's (now Crumpler) seven-year international career, she won four world, two European and seven commonwealth medals. Legg also competed for Great Britain in the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney in the women's 4×200-metre freestyle relay. Now thats some achievements!
Middle Distance Runner
An incredible triple jumper Julian is also our longest serving ambassador. Julian went on and won a gold medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada, with a jump of 17.03m. He also competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain and at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics.
Katy Sexton MBE
Katy became the first British swimmer to win a World Championship title when she won the Women's 200m back at the 2003 World Championships. She is twice an Olympian and has represented Great Britain in 4 World Championships, the first in 1998 when she was just 16 and in 3 Commonwealth Games.
Freeride Mountain Bike
Bringing home the gold at the Colorado Freeride fest in 2016 with a huge double backflip, Matt is no danger when it comes to the wow factor. Along with his mind blowing tricks, video projects and internet stardom, Matt will bring an incredible amount of energy to your school which the children
certainly won't forget. Prepare to be wowed!
Billy first took up snowboarding at the age of 14 on a dry slope after previously competing in acrobatic gymnastics in April 2015, Billy was the first to land a quad cork (4 backflips in the air). He took his first X Games medal in February 2016 at X Games Oslo, where he finished third in the big air competition
Ranked 7th in the world, Brandon is a ripe young talent who emerged from Southampton with huge success. At the young age of 16, he won two silver medals in his first major event and he most recently become a world bronze medalist in Wado kai. Now a national A squad england team member, this kid certainly knows how to fight to the top!
Charlotte is a 24 year old BMX racer from Threemilestone near Truro. In early June 2018, Charlotte took the World Championship title at the BMX World Championships in Azerbaijan. With over 20 years of experience, Charlotte certainly knows what the word perseverance means.
From chasing wolves to chasing medals, Mahamed is a rising star who emigrated from Ethiopia to the U.K in 2011. Now apart of the Great Britain squad, Mahamed is certainly going to give our former ambassador Mo Farah a run for his money.