Racing: Brothers named sportsman of the year for their clubs

15:03 27 February 2014

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Elio and Marco D'Alessandro.

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Brothers Elio and Marco D’Alessandro have won club silverware on both two and four wheels.

Elio, 14, was named the Junior Sportsman of the Year 2013 by the Hunts Kart Racing Club (HKRC), after his rookie season racing a TAL-KO Junior TKM 100cc racing kart at the Kimbolton kart circuit.

Marco, eight, in his rookie year of racing, received the Shane Keeler award from the Royston Rockets BMX Club for Junior Sportsman of the Year 2013. He rides a HARO PRO-XL BMX bike at the Royston Rockets’ track.

Parents Jon-Pierre and Sally-Anne said: “Both boys have worked very hard all year to improve their performance & do well in their respective chosen sports. We, as their parents, are extremely proud of both of them and wish them well for 2014.”

If any organisation would like to promote or sponsor either/both of the boys for the 2014 seasons, contact jonpdal@aol.com

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