Former double World Superbikes Champion James Toseland from Doncaster is releasing the Special Olympics GB National Anthem today.
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Toseland has written, produced and re-recorded ‘We’ll Stop at Nothing’ to become the 2017 Official Special Olympics National Summer Games Anthem with Toby Jepson.
The song is being released today with all profits going to the charity to support athletes with learning disabilities.
‘We’ll Stop At Nothing’ originally appeared on the Toseland album ‘Cradle The Rage’ where the track was spotted by Special Olympics GB. James was then invited to re-record the track along with Sheffield Choir ‘ChorusUK’ recently at Sheffield City Hall.
Special Olympics GB’s National Games are to be held in Sheffield and South Yorkshire this August and will see in the region of 2,600 athletes with learning disabilities take part in 20 sports events.
Special Olympics GB’s tenth National Summer Games will be held for the second time in Sheffield – the first time was back in the steel city in 1993. This is the largest disability sports event of 2017 and entry is free to the public for all sporting action.
It is tremendous that James has re-recorded ‘We’ll Stop At Nothing’ for us to use as the 2017 Special Olympics Games Anthem and that he is donating all profits to the charity.
We are thrilled James has become an Ambassador and is already helping us to raise awareness of the work that we do across the country every day and for the athletes with intellectual disabilities that we work with.
– Karen Wallin, CEO of Special Olympics GB