Ian Poulter Joins the Jaguar Academy of Sport

Ryder Cup winner Ian Poulter has joined the prestigious list of names as an Ambassador of the Jaguar Academy of Sport. The Jaguar Academy of Sport hopes that through this move it will celebrate and inspire the very best of British sporting talent and success. This is fulfilled through a Bursary Fund, which will support Britain's upcoming sporting talent.

“I think the Jaguar Academy of Sport is a great initiative and I am thrilled to be coming on board as an Ambassador. I know it can be a struggle for young athletes trying to turn professional and the bursary fund will really help them on their way. I feel strongly about putting something back into British sport and I look forward to supporting the next generation,” Ian Poulter commented.

Ian, who is 10th in the Official World Golf Ranking, managed to hold off all challengers at the recent Hong Kong Open in order to win his tenth European Tour title. Jaguar hopes his achievements will inspire the next generation of sports men and women. He will be joining the exclusive list of sporting aces in the Jaguar Academy to help recognize the Best of British sports in the UK. David Beckham, Sir Ian Botham, Gareth Edwards, Dame Kelly Holmes, Denise Lewis, Sir Steve Redgrave are among the other legends involved.

“The Jaguar Academy of Sport continues to go from strength to strength and we are delighted to have Ian Poulter as an Ambassador. Ian is truly a world-class competitor and the Rising Stars from the Jaguar Academy of Sport will really benefit from his wealth of knowledge and achievements. He will be a great inspiration to the next generation of British sporting talent and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome him on board,” said Geoff Cousins, Managing Director, Jaguar UK in the release announcing the event.
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