Harleen Kaur nominated for Young Sportsperson of 2017 award

The BEDSA  2017 awards, which are now in their third year, are organised by Sporting Equals, the national partner of Sport England and advisors to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Sir Mo Farah and Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill lead an impressive shortlist at the 3rd Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.

Sponsored by Lycamobile, the world’s largest mobile virtual network operator, the Awards are leading the way in recognising and celebrating sporting excellence within Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.

Sir Mo Farah, the two time double Olympic gold medalist for 5000 and 10000 metres, leads a stellar group of sportsmen and women nominated for the third British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSAs).

Harleen Kaur who is only 18 years is nominated for the Youth Sport Trust Young Sportsperson of the year Award. She has already achieved 2nd Dan Black Belt in Karate Gold at WMKF British Championships (Kickboxing). 2015 Silver at WMKF World Championships (Kickboxing). 2016 Represented Team England First British Asian Female to represent WMKF Team England. International Ambassador for the Asian Sports Foundation, Asian Women Of Achievement Award winner as Asian Sportswoman Of The Year.

Now Finalist for BEDSA 2017 as Young Sports Person Of The Year.

Lets help her achieve another milestone, You can vote here

http://bedsa.co.uk/vote/