Edinburgh-born Lewis took up boxing at the tender age of 13 and has worked hard to establish himself in the sport, training hard six days' a week. Selected to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Games in 2014, Lewis turned professional in August 2015 and was the first elite athlete to join the Watermans' sporting ambassadors team.
Glasgow City are the most successful women’s football team and secured their tenth straight championship in the 2015/16 season playing in the Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL). City are also seeking European club success, by being the first ever Scotland’s women’s team to take to the field at the UEFA European Championship Finals this summer.
Inverurie's Hannah Miley has taken an impressive medal haul across her swimming career including European and Commonwealth gold medals. She's the latest top sporting talent to sign up with Watermans. Currently working towards the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, Hannah narrowly missed out on a medal at 2015's Swimming World Championships.
John hails from the Isle of Mull and first fell in love with rally driving watching the world-famous Tour of Mull race which he went on to win in 2013. In 2015 John signed up with Watermans as our road safety ambassador and recently returned to World Rally Championship action in the ADAC Rallye Deutschland driving a Watermans' liveried vehicle and winning the Vatanen Touch prize for 'best non-registered driver'.