Hannah lives on a housing estate at a sectarian interface in North Belfast. More than three quarters of the physical interfaces in Belfast lie within the top ten (Noble indices) most deprived wards in Northern Ireland. (Shirlow &Murtagh 2006).. . Hannah joined the College trampoline team in her first few weeks at the college. She has shown a real commitment to the team and enthusiasm for the sport, acting as an ambassador by encouraging other girls to get involved. Hannah is a friendly, polite, responsible and respectful girl. She also applies her positive attitude to her academic studies.. In December she was selected to compete for the school team at the Northern Ireland trampoline championships. With Hannah's help the College won the U13 team event and Hannah won the individual U13 competition. A real achievement considering she had never trampolined before September! After winning in N.Ireland Hannah and the team travelled to Newcastle upon Tyne to represent Northern Ireland in the U.K. Championship. It was the first time she had ever left Northern Ireland and she finished a creditable 9th in UK. . Hannah demonstrated real leadership with her fundraising effort to help the team with travel and accommodation costs. Hannah's sportsmanship and positive outlook make her an ideal candidate to carry the Olympic torch and allow her her moment to shine; she is already doing a great job in carrying the torch for integrated education in the divided city of Belfast..