Dosomething.org, one of the world’s leading organisations for young people and social change, has released the winners of its Athletes Gone Good 2015; a list naming 20 of the world’s most charitable sports stars.
The top 20 was formed by taking into consideration the athlete’s influence on social media, votes from the public and professional advice from the Athletes Gone Good Advisory Committee.
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo won first place, followed by wresting champion John Cena. Tennis star Serena Williams and diver Tom Daley also made it onto the list.
You can view the full top 20 here.
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