The #MyMiles Challenge will be brought to life during SportsAid Week (24-30 September) as 18 young talented athletes use their Instagram accounts to provide an insight into their training schedules and the commitment, dedication and sacrifice they show in order to pursue their sporting ambitions.
Each of the athletes, who are all current SportsAid beneficiaries ranging from 13 to 25 years old, will dedicate their Instagram Story to the charity.
Suzie Liverseidge will be in Australia with the England Under 17s and her Story is going to highlight what it’s like to be on tour with the national team – where they will face Australia and New Zealand in Canberra – by posting about training sessions, matches and nutrition.
Make sure you’re following Suzie on Instagram on Friday 28th, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th.
The #MyMiles Challenge is a social media campaign designed to keep young athletes company as they train during SportsAid Week.
The Challenge, which was launched in 2017, asks fundraisers to physically cover a distance of their choice – with one mile as a minimum – before nominating a friend, family member or colleague, and finishing by making a donation to SportsAid.
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