A talented young athlete whose career has gone from strength to strength has been nominated for a Trinity Mirror Your Champions award.
Olivia Montez-Brown, who lives in Great Sutton, has been powering to success as a multi-eventer.
The former Ellesmere Port Catholic High School and West Cheshire College student helped steer her country to gold medal glory during the summer when she represented England Under-20 women at the 19th Hexham Combined Events International in Northumberland and secured second place with a new personal best heptathlon score of 4,952 points.
Her performance went a long way to ensuring top spot – and gold medals – for the England U20 women’s team.
And guesting in the Surrey and Sussex Combined Events Championships Olivia pulled out the stops scoring 4,987 points to break the championship record set in 1993.
As long ago as 2012 it was double gold for the purple-vested West Cheshire AC athlete who crowned a memorable year with an international success.
Representing England at the Schools International Pentathlon match staged in Glasgow she won individual and team gold for her country in the over-18 girls competition.
Olivia had international success at the World Schools Championship in 2013 and last year won a gold medal at the North West Schools Heptathlon Final.
The multi-talented teenager rounded off 2014 with a bronze medal in the pentathlon at the English Schools Combined Events Championships.
Her successes helped the club to a seventh consecutive Northern Track and Field League title.
This year she has rubbed shoulders with Great Britain Olympian Katarina Johnson-Thompson, gained a North of England Championship title and pocketed bronze in the English Athletics Under 20 Combined Events Championships apart from the Hexham gold and the Surrey and Sussex record in her bid to break 5,000 points. And she has seen her club achieve a history making, long awaited promotion.