Could your company sponsor a University of Hull Olympic hopeful?

Two-times British Champion and BUCS 200m Record Holder Andy Morgan-Harrison is looking for a kit sponsor to join him on his journey in elite athletics. This year Andy is aiming to qualify for the Commonwealth Games, European Championships and World Championships as he works towards his long term goal of competing to become Olympic Champion at the 2024 Olympics.

Andy Morgan-Harrison is an aspiring Olympian and graduated from the University of Hull in 2020 with a 1st Class in BSc (Hons) Sport Rehabilitation. He competes in the 100m and 200m and represented GB for the first time in 2021. He was hoping to qualify for the Olympics in Tokyo earlier this year but unfortunately pulled up injured in the Olympic Trials Final meaning he was left off the team.

Andy’s achievements to date

– 2x British Champion|
– BUCS 200m Record Holder
– 4th at European Team Championships
– Representing GB
– Finalist at the 2020 Olympic Trials

With your support however, future achievements could include what is arguably the pinnacle of sport, becoming Olympic Champion.

How you can help Andy

Andy has 2 available kit sponsor opportunities which would help sponsors reach a wider audience. He competes across the UK and internationally which would allow sponsors to effectively have a travelling advertising campaign. Some competitions are televised and streamed online such as the British Championships, which he has been crowned British 200m Champion of twice meaning increased media coverage for sponsors on channels such as BBC One. There are often post-race interviews where athletes can thank their sponsors for their support which can provide even further exposure and helps develop brand exposure and image. 

If you would like to join Andy on this journey please get in touch with him on 07762990952 or email 

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