All our ambassadors share the StreetGames desire to give all young people the chance to enjoy sport, regardless of their economic background.
We like to see our ambassadors as a young, up-and-coming team, led by the experienced multiple-Olympian Diane Modahl. Their role is to champion StreetGames and inspire all the young people who participate in StreetGames activities through their performances and achievements.
A multiple Olympian and a Commonwealth Games gold-medallist in the 800m, Diane joined StreetGames as an Ambassador in 2007.
Britain’s youngest-ever Olympic boxing medallist and one of the youngest British world champions ever, winning the WBA Light Welterweight title at age 22, Amir joined StreetGames as an Ambassador in 2012.
An England and Yorkshire cricketing legend, Darren joined StreetGames as an ambassador in March 2012.
An athlete with ambitions to represent Team GB at London 2012 in both handball and football, Eartha is the current UK PE Teacher of the Year. She joined StreetGames as an ambassador in 2011.
A ParalympicsGB goalball player and community sports coach, Niall has been selected to take part in the London 2012 Paralympic Games. He joined the StreetGames ambassador team in January 2012.
A member of the Team GB women's foil fencing team, Claire narrowly missed out on selection for London 2012. She will be covering fencing at the Games for the Guardian and Eurosport. She joined StreetGames as an ambassador in February 2012.
Us Girls Ambassadors
The first-ever female boxing Olympic gold medallist, Nicola inspired the nation with her sporting exploits and infectious personality. She joined Us Girls as its President in October 2012.
Us Girls ambassador and Britain’s number one female tennis player, Elena has overcome a series of crippling health issues to find her place inside the world’s top 100 players on the WTA Tour. Now a regular participant in the Australian, French and US Opens, she has made 10 appearances in the ladies singles at Wimbledon.