Sports Personality of the Year


For over a decade now, Scott has enjoyed massive successes in karting, kick starting his career with a club championship win at the prestigious Buckmore Park circuit. Since then, Scott has gone on to win many titles, including the coveted Renault Champion of Champions against Europe’s top karting talent. Throughout his career, Scott has used motorsports to raise funds for many causes, including the Downs Syndrome Association and Global Ethics. Scott’s determination is admirable, taking up the responsible position of senior race engineer with British Formula Ford champions Jamun Racing in 2008.


James is an enthusiastic karate competitor, whose inspiration comes from the Power Rangers. He has a long list of amazing achievements, including four times national champion and English international champion, and captaining the Redbridge team at the London Youth Games. He is ranked number one in Britain, and number four in Europe. James is a highly motivated, professional and ambitious individual, and has his sights firmly set on the World Junior Karate Championships. For the future, he hopes to become an Olympic gold medalist and for his name to go down as a karate legend.


Colin McMillan or ‘Sweet C’ as he is known in the boxing world, joined the Barking Boys Amateur Boxing Club at 15. As a young boxer, his talents were obvious, as he went on to become the London ABA Champion four times, and represent England. He has enjoyed phenomenal success in his boxing career, becoming a two time British Featherweight champion - winning a Lonsdale belt in record time, Commonwealth featherweight champion in 1991, and World featherweight boxing champion in 1992. Having retired, Colin now divides his time between running his boxing agency, commentary, and charity work.