Tully Kearney and Matty Lee have been shortlisted in the final 10 contenders for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year 2015.
Kearney was the star of the British team at this year’s IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow, winning six medals at a breakthrough meet.
The 18-year old, who was already a World medallist in the S10 classification from 2013, was reclassified to an S9 swimmer this season.
And Kearney took her new class by storm in Glasgow, winning individual gold medals over 400m Freestyle, 100m Butterfly and 200m Individual Medley before topping the podium for a fourth time as part of the 34pt 4x100m Medley Relay quartet.
Diver Lee also topped the international podium this summer, winning 10m Platform gold at the European Games in Baku.
The 17-year old, who trains at the City of Leeds, also won silver in the 10m Mixed Platform event at the London leg of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series, then repeated the result at the FINA Grand Prix leg in Canada.
Lee was selected for his debut World Championships this year, finishing ninth with James Denny in the 10m Synchro then 18th in the individual 10m Platform.
Away from sport, Lee is currently training with the senior British team while studying BTEC Sport Level 3 at college. He has been crowned the Leeds Sports Young Sportsman of the Year 2015.
Kearney and Lee are joined on the shortlist of 10 by gymnasts Brinn Bevan and Ellie Downie, cricketer Sam Curran, para-athlete Sophie Hahn, athlete Morgan Lake, jockey Tom Marquand, freestyle skier Molly Summerhayes and weightlifter Rebekah Tiler.
Don't miss Blue Peter on Thursday 10 December where the top three will be chosen by an expert panel.
The winner will then be announced at the Sports Personality of the Year awards show in Belfast on Sunday 20 December.