Tom Daley, Zoe Smith and Jodie Williams have been chosen as the three finalists who'll battle it out to be named BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year.
Judges - including our very own Ore - selected the three from a list of 10 of the UK's brightest sporting stars.
The winner will be announced live on BBC Sports Personality of the Year on 19 December 2010.
Double Commonwealth champion diver Tom Daley swam off with the title last year for the second time.
Ore said it was a really tough decision to make: "The quality of the sporting stars is so high, it made choosing between them very, very tough."
Find out more about the sporting achievements of the finalists here:
Young Sports Personality finalist: Tom Daley
Diver Tom Daley has already won the title twice before - in 2007 and 2009!
He was crowned a double Commonwealth champion in the diving competition even though he had a shoulder injury. What a star!
Tom's achievements have stood out so much, he also features in the top 10 for the main BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
Young Sports Personality finalist: Jodie Williams
Athlete Jodie Williams isn't used to coming second, but in 2009 Tom Daley beat her to the title!
She came runner-up, but may be hoping 2010 is her year!
At the age of 17, the athlete has a number of big achievements under her belt.
The Hertfordshire born teenager is unbeaten in her 100m sprint career. This year she also broke the under-20 100m British record!
Young Sports Personality finalist: Zoe Smith
Weightlifter Zoe's had an amazing year, winning bronze in the Commonwealth Games.
The record-breaking 16-year-old became the youngest ever Commonwealth Games weightlifting medallist.
It was her first senior international event, competing against athletes of all ages.
Earlier in the year, she picked up a silver medal at European Youth Championships.