EP 12. Meet the next Shaun White of U.S. snowboarding
Duration: 4 mins
The Olympic champions of tomorrow are already hard at work. Meet those young athletes from around the world at the top of their game.
Judd Henkes, a 15 year old Snowboarder from the USA, trains seven hours away from home to persue his dream of becoming an Olympic Champion.
Fifteen-year-old Tom Crey is the youngest skier in the French Handisport national team but already has the Paralympic Games in his sights.
Nicole Foronda became a world champion at eight years old and takes inspiration from Colombia's London 2012 BMX gold winner Mariana Pajon.
Equestrian rider Richard Kierkegaard has survived a terrible fall and become a world champion by the age of 13 - now he wants Olympic glory.
Milagros Durán, 15, is one of the Dominican Republic's best young sprinters and has her sights on Olympic glory and being a role model.
Niek Deelstra has the potential to be world class and aims to prove his quality by taking gold at the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang 2018.
Thai weightlifter Phonnapha Suratwadi is enjoying every minute of her journey towards the Olympics via the Summer Youth Olympic Games.
Multi-skilled sportsman Ty Wiberg has a double Paralympic dream of competing at both the Summer Olympic Games and Winter Olympic Games.
Synchronised swimmer Georgina Viladot embraces an intense training regime to give her every chance of representing Spain at the Olympics.
Oliver Wahlstrom won ice hockey gold with the USA at the Youth Olympic Games in 2016 and has the drive and talent to make the full Olympics.
Eileen Nasuh, 12, a Volleyball Player from Kenya was captured by a top team in Kenya and now she attends a Kenyan volleyball powerhouse.
Lena Hentschel, 15, is a German High Diver and a big hope for her country in The Olympic Games 2020. Her motto is "no fun, no success."
Ryuga Akaishi, 15, is a Wheelchair Basketball Player from Japan, the youngest member of the Saitama Lions sitting basketball team in Tokyo.
Giorgia Villa, a 12 year old Italian artistic gymnast that started at 4, is the hope of the Italian Federation for The Olympic Games 2020.
Demis Angagregn, 16, a runner from Ethiopia and a young hope of 10 and 20 Kms run, lost his parents in 2012 and overcame it thanks to sport.