For the moment

History isn’t made in one day. Giving it all up...

…For the moment

The FOR THE MOMENT campaign follows our top athletes on their very personal and challenging journey to Japan this summer. From Running to Volleyball and from Handball to Tennis, we will release a series of videos over the coming months uncovering the unseen side of some of our most exciting athletes' lives and the extraordinary work they have put in to push themselves past their limits and Reach Beyond.


Making his triathlon debut in 2012, we are proud to share the story of our latest For The Moment ambassador Jonathan Goerlach. A committed Paratriathlete who has been diagnosed with Usher syndrome. Ranked number three in the world for the vision-impaired men's category, Jonathan faces obstacles, with his site guide Sam by his side. Despite having won numerous races and three World Parathriatlon Series events, his proudest moment is whenever he receives messages from children who have similar disabilities and aspire to become an athlete like Jonathan.


The latest addition to our For The Moment campaign features Emily Defroand, a dynamic, committed midfield hockey player who represents both Great Britain and England. Since her international debut in 2017 she has gone on to collect over 50 senior caps and win medals at Commonwealth & European championships. Emily is an ardent follower of many different sports and calls upon her experiences to motivate young athletes towards pursuing their ambitions. In this video Emily tells us all about the highs, lows, sacrifices and rewards that sport provides.


Holly Bradshaw is the most decorated pole vault athlete in British history. Having played many sports at a young age, Holly knew pole vault was her calling from the moment she attended her first coaching session. She has gone on to collect 12 national titles indoor and outdoor, European indoor gold and a fine collection of medals at international level – she has also been UK record holder for nine years. Holly is an exceptional ambassador for female sport, passionately encouraging women and girls to participate, inspire and achieve their goals.


Seremaia "Jerry" Tuwai Vunisa has already written a piece of history in Rugby. He and his team, the Fiji Sevens, returned home from Rio 2016 with a shiny, gold medal on their chest. From that moment onwards, Jerry has worked and trained even harder, giving all himself to re-pay the sacrifices made by his parents. Indeed, their endorsement made him the incredible athlete he is today. Part of his mission is also to inspire the next generation of Fijians and to show that anything is possible. Any dream can become true.