Young brain injury campaginer nominated for Yorkshire Choice Awards

Connor Lynes, who proved doctors wrong by making a remarkable recovery following a brain injury, has been nominated for three awards at the Yorkshire Choice Awards for his work raising awareness of brain injury in sport.
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Connor Lynes was just 14 when a rugby tackle led to a blood clot on his brain stem and left him with a brain injury. You can read his full story here. Connor now works hard to raise awareness of brain injury and has set up his own fundraising page on Facebook and Twitter called Team Connor in order to raise awareness of brain injury in sport. Connor has been nominated for the 'Inspirational Individual' and 'Young Achiever' awards which celebrate amazing people who have shown extreme courage and determination, whether it is changing their own lives or others. He has also been nominated for the Kate Granger award for Outstanding Contribution which recognises people who have not only gone the extra mile but have given significant and lasting contributions to others. Support Connor and the amazing work he is doing to raise brain injury awareness by voting for him here.
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