Skeet shooter Amber Hill was presented with the SportsAid One-to-Watch award by the Duchess of Cambridge at the SportsBall in London last night.

Amber beat fellow nominees 17-year-old pole vaulter Harry Coppell and 18-year-old rower Jess Leyden to win the award that recognises up-and-coming young athletes.

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At 16-years-old Amber has already taken the British number one spot in the seniors and is ranked fifth in the world. She’s also the youngest athlete to have won a World Cup final in the history of the sport, as well as having smashed the junior world record with a score that was eual to the senior world record.

The award celebrates the most talented of the 1,300 athletes, competing in 66 different sports, who are supported by SportsAid.

Watch Amber win gold at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup below: