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Nominated for Sport award

At just 19 years old, Menna Fitzpatrick became the most successful British wintersport Paralympian in history at the 2018 Winter Paralympics in South Korea.

Menna is visually impaired having only 5% vision and along with her guide Jennifer Kehoe, won a bronze in the super-G, 2 silvers in the combined and giant slalom and a slalom gold on the final day of the Paralympics in Pyeongchang.

She carried the flag for Team GB at the closing ceremony of the Paralympic games.

Menna became the youngest person on the recent Queens birthday honours list, receiving an MBE for her service to sport.

Menna is a fantastic ambassador for the sport and regularly supports local and national events helping to get more disabled people involved with sport.