SportsAid's 40th anniversary SportsBall saw double double Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah present triathlete Alex Yee with the prestigious One-to-Watch Award.
Olympic heroes Sir Steven Redgrave CBE and Victoria Pendleton CBE led the celebrations at SportsAid’s SportsBall 2015 where the charity officially launched its plans for its 40th anniversary.
A live performance by Spelbound plus a special appearance from England football manager Roy Hodgson, presenting SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award to junior world champion Morgan Lake.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge presents SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award to the subsequent winner of the BBC’s Young Sports Personality of the Year Award, Amber Hill.
The stars of London 2012 – including gold medallists Greg Rutherford, Sarah Storey and Katherine Grainger – take to the stage with two of the Olympic hopefuls who lit the Olympic cauldron.