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Beano Power Awards: Fave Sports Star

The Beano Power Awards are about letting the world know what makes life brighter! Vote for your favourite sports star of 2021 now!

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Beano Team
Last Updated:  January 4th 2022

The Beano Power Awards are about letting the world know what makes life brighter! From music to gaming, TV to sports, it's your chance to tell us what's lit - because you get to vote for your favourite!

Which sports star inspired you the most in 2021? Here’s your chance to let your voice be heard, but with a simple click.

Sky Brown

@sky_brown | Instagram

Sky Brown started skateboarding and surfing when she was just three years old, so it perhaps comes as no surprise that she became Britain’s youngest ever medallist in Olympic history with a skateboarding bronze this summer!

Bukayo Saka

Bukayo Saka on the steps of an aeroplane
@bukayosaka87 | Instagram

At just the age of 20, Bukayo Saka has risen through the Arsenal ranks to become a Gunners star and an exciting England international. He proved to be a vital member of the England team as they reached the final of the Euros 2020 in the summer – the team’s first major final in 55 years. We can’t wait to see what he does next!

Emma Raducanu

Emma Raducanu in a black polo shirt
@emmaraducanu | Instagram

This teenage tennis player was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to England when she was a toddler. This year revealed she’s very much a tennis legend in the making, following her fantastic US Open victory in September 2021!

Matty Lee

Matty Lee in I'm a Celebrity
ITV

This Leeds-born athlete, alongside diving partner Tom Daley, won the men's synchronized 10m platform, Britain's first ever gold medal in the event. Following his success at the Tokyo Olympics, he was invited to take part in the 21st series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, which was held at Gwrych Castle in Wales. He came fifth place in the reality show, but will he cause a splash and win this Power Awards category?

Maisie Summers-Newton

This Northamptonshire Paralympic swimmer won gold in the 200m individual medley, and set a new world record of 2:56.68! Will she swim her way towards a Beano Power Awards victory?

What will you vote for the Fave Sports Star Award?

Bukayo Saka on the steps of an aeroplane
Emma Raducanu in a black polo shirt

Results

  • Sky Brown 0.4 %
  • Bukayo Saka 0.2 %
  • Emma Raducanu 0.2 %
  • Matty Lee 0.1 %
  • Maisie Summers-Newton 0.1 %