Three emerging stars were named on the overall shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
Gymnast Ellie Downie, footballer Phil Foden and Para-skier Millie Knight are the trio nonetheless in competition from the preliminary shortlist of 10.
The winner will likely be introduced right through the BBC Sports Personality display on Sunday, 17 December.
Footballer Wayne Rooney, tennis participant Andy Murray and swimmer Ellie Robinson are some of the former winners.
The most sensible 3 have been picked from an unique checklist of 10 – shortlisted by means of knowledgeable panel – which additionally integrated Kare Adenegan (Para-athletics), Rhian Brewster (soccer), Sophie Ecclestone (cricket), Ieuan James (canoeing), Marcus Smith (rugby union), Jess Stretton (Para-archery) and Ben Woodburn (soccer).
Age: 18 Sport: Gymnastics
Became the primary British gymnast to win all-around gold at a significant world tournament with victory on the European Championships.
She additionally gained silvers within the vault and flooring, and bronze within the asymmetric bars.
The 2015 Young Sports Personality winner was once the primary Briton to qualify for each and every person ultimate.
Age: 17 Sport: Football
Claimed the Golden Ball award for the match’s highest participant after serving to encourage England to victory within the Under-17 World Cup.
The midfielder scored two times as they got here from at the back of to overcome Spain Five-2 within the ultimate.
Made his senior debut for Manchester City in a Champions League fit towards Feyenoord.
Age: 18 Sport: Para-skiing
The visually impaired youngster and information Brett Wild gained downhill gold on the World Para-alpine Skiing Championships.
It was once a primary global name for a British Para-skier, and she or he went on to take silvers within the massive slalom, slalom and tremendous mixed occasions.
On the World Cup circuit, Knight secured 11 medals together with seven golds within the months main as much as the championships.
About BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year
This award is going to the exceptional younger sportsperson elderly 17 or below on 1 January 2017, decided on from nominations made to the BBC and by means of sports activities governing our bodies by the use of the Youth Sport Trust. Nominations closed on 16 November 2017.
The Young Sports Personality of the Year award is decided by means of the next panel:
- John Inverdale (chair)
- Radzi Chinyanganya (Blue Peter presenter)
- Young Blue Peter sports activities badge winner
- Hugh Woozencroft (BBC Sport presenter)
- Three representatives of the Youth Sport Trust
- Harry Aikines-Aryeety (Former award winner)
- Helen Richardson-Walsh (Olympic gold medallist)
- Hannah Russell (Paralympic gold medallist)
- Carl Doran (Executive Editor, BBC Sports Personality of the Year)