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Can you help Bryce achieve his dream?

Bryce Howard is only eight but he has a dream. He wants to represent his country at the Olympics.

His hero is Adam Peaty, the swimmer who came from obscurity to win gold at the 2016 Olympics and is now one of Britain's most successful and best-known athletes.

Bryce is appealing for your help to achieve his goal. He is looking for sponsorship so he can continue his training schedule and continue to compete.

He has been a regular swimmer at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex since he was aged just four and a member of Boston Amateur Swimming Club since his talent was spotted by a coach.

Bryce, of Monteith Crescent, Boston, goes to the pool almost every night after attending Tower Road Academy and then fits in extra swimming training at weekends.

He has already won a clutch of awards and his mum, Vikki, says he has been told he may have the ability to make a career out of swimming.

She said: "His real aim is the Olympics. He keeps counting down the days to when he will be old enough to be considered for the GB team.

"We want to do everything we can to help him achieve his ambition, but it is expensive. There is the cost of swimming lessons and training and transport to get to competitions which sometimes means an overnight stay."

Vikki wants to hear from anyone who could offer sponsorship in return for their company logo on a potential Olympian's T-shirt.

If you want more information please contact Vikki on 07825 788024 or email

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Bryce in action and with a clutch of medals won at recent swimming competitions.