One of the reports in this series is from Will, who won two gold medals and a silver in the national junior disability swimming championships, beating two of his personal best times. "My ambition is to swim in the 2016 Paralympics, said the swimmer from Newcastle."
The Newcastle United player returned back to his school, Valley Garden Middle School in North Tyneside, to answer questions from School Reporters who were investigating what makes a young person good at sport.
School Reporters Ellie and Lewis from Ryburn Valley High School talk to their friend Bakar who has just been signed to Huddersfield Town Football Club. They find out how the talent scouts decide who can join their team.
Olympic swimming gold medallist Rebecca Adlington told students from Ellis Guilford School and Sports College in Nottingham that the first thing she wanted to do after winning gold was to eat a hamburger.
Keswick School in Cumbria has a famous ex-pupil. Rugby star Rob Miller plays for Newcastle Falcons and England Under 20's. Iona from the school spoke to Tim Bunting, Head of PE, about his former pupil.
Paralympic gold medallist, cyclist Aileen McGlynn, told pupils of Rosshall Academy, in her hometown of Glasgow, why she didn't tell her first cycling club that she had a vision impairment and explains her search for a new pilot.
School Reporters from Carluke High School in South Lanarkshire interview schoolmate Andrew who is one of the UK's most successful quadbikers. He tells young reporters how he keeps safe in this dangerous sport and his recent race trip to California.
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