Champions of the Future Programme

The ActiveWestminster Champions of the Future programme gives Westminster’s gifted and talented athletes an opportunity to access financial support and mentoring to help with training and development.

The window for applications is now closed and will open again in February 2025. 

Please re-visit this page nearer the time to learn more about the scheme and how to apply.


The programme is open to athletes aged 12 and above. Athletes will be selected on sporting success and the level at which they are competing.

If you compete at district, regional or national level, you could get:

  • Funding to be used for travel, equipment and accommodation
  • Free access to Everyone Active leisure centres across the UK
  • Free access to development and support through our partnership with King’s College London, including workshops and 1-2-1 physiotherapy.
  • The opportunity to be recognised in ActiveWestminster Awards and other regional awards.
  • Help to gain coaching qualifications and the opportunity to apply for roles with Everyone Active

The ActiveWestminster champions of the Future programme is brought to you in collaboration with:

2023 Champions

Jonny Bray

Jonny Bray

Team GB Triathlete

Alice Bonsignori

Team GB Dodgball Player

Lucas Roehrig


2022 Champions

Athlete, Tin-Tin Ho, playing ping pong at the Tokyo Olympics

Tin-Tin Ho

Team GB Table Tennis Player

Athlete, Ashley McKenzie stood beside "Team GB" backdrop at Tokyo Olympics

Ashley McKenzie

Team GB Judoka

Athlete, Ricardo Dos Santo, sprinting on the outdoor track at the tokyo Olympics

Ricardo Dos Santos