Osaro Otobo is inspirational; she tries her best to excel in everything. She was born with a heart murmur. She goes to Great Ormond Street Hospital to constantly monitor her condition yet she doesn't let this serious problem cripple her. She has represented her local boroughs (Waltham Forest and Redbridge) in the Essex County Schools' track & field championships, the mini youth games & the youth games in athletics and basketball. She played for London in the U14 national inter regional tournament & helped them earn 1st place for the first time. Since the age of 13 she has been playing for the England U16 Women's basketball team where she has made many friendships with people all over the world. She also gives back to the community; she is one of the two Young Sports Ambassadors of Redbridge. Because of this role she fully understands the importance of the Olympics. She has won the catholic schools citizen of the year award. Not only is she outstanding in the sporting world, she also works incredibly hard in school. She is predicted all A*'s in her GCSE exams. She still manages to get top grades with all her demanding sport commitments. She is and has been a member of her school's academic council, school council & orchestra. She has won two Jack Petchey awards. She also plays/played for her school in many sports; football, netball, basketball, athletics & cross-country. She helps coach too. She gives talks in school assemblies on exam revision methods to her fellow students.