Ambassadors Moray Low (first left, Jo Pavey (third right) and Julian Salvi (first right) with CEO Chris Broadbent (second left), Chair Will Smith (centre) and Sarah Bishton (second right)
A five-times Olympian, Jo Pavey is one of the most celebrated athletes in British history. In her long international career, she was finally rewarded with gold at the European Championships in 2014 at the age of 40, just 11 months after giving birth to her second child. She is a strong supporter of our work. "The Games will promote happier healthier lives by encouraging young people to enjoy being active whilst educating them on looking after the environment. Brilliant!" She says.
Scotland rugby international and Exeter Chiefs's Premiership winner Moray Low is an ambassador for the Games.
Australian-born Julian Salvi has been an enduring star in the Rugby Premiership with a stellar career with Bath, Leicester and Exeter. Now retired, he is on the Exeter Chiefs coaching staff.
One of the rising stars of British Cycling, the youngster has competed at the World Championships and European Youth Olympics. She competed in the Devon Youth Games in her early years representing Teignbridge.
Clara George was awarded Miss Devon in 2018 and has been a strong ambassador advocating body confidence.
Environmental activist Cal Major was inspired to join as an ambassador after learning about the Planet Earth Games.
Former Exeter Chief, Newton Abbot coach and owner of MSJ Coaching, Matt is one of the most prominent figures in Devon Rugby
Wellity Active is a fitness clothing and lifestyle brand referred to as 'the badge of a healthy lifestyle.' It was inspired by Molly, Joe and Phoebe, three Devon school children aged 10,11 &12 who believe that everyone should be better informed about the importance of health and fitness. Their mission is to encourage everyone to look good and feel great through active living and increased body confidence.
"When Wellity Active were asked to be involved, we jumped at the opportunity. Wellity was started by three children with the aim to increase physical activity within youngsters …. everything that the South West Youth Games encompasses.
"The day is an enjoyable fun event added with healthy competition and the Games aim to inspire young people to take part in regular sporting activities no matter what their standard is. We are delighted to be ambassadors for such a worthy series of events." Simon Scott-Nelson, Director, Wellity Active

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