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They also provide a great spectacle for sports-lovers locally and, hopefully, inspire the sports stars of tomorrow.
It is therefore important that the sports stars of tomorrow understand how to behave in the public eye and what the consequences of their actions could lead to.
WINTER sports stars of tomorrow from Llandaff Cathedral School in Cardiff performed in front of the UK's finest Olympians at the first Ice Age SNO
GATESHEAD Thunder hooker Dan Smith has linked up with Gateshead College to teach the sports stars of tomorrow.
Arriva Buses launched the appeal in May to find the country's sports stars of tomorrow and since then hundreds of hopefuls have been nominated.
Would-be sports stars of tomorrow can check the accuracy of their tennis shots and compete against friends in a quick sprint and get tips on their technique from Campbell via video message.
PRODUCERS of the BBC's new fly-on-the wall talent hunt for British sports stars of tomorrow hope the winner will enjoy similar success to Fame Academy chart-topper David Sneddon.
A FORMER Olympic decathlete is hoping to give a winning performance in helping to train the sports stars of tomorrow in Nuneaton.