What do Nile Wilson, Tom Connors, Emily Canham, Lucy Campbell, Tre Whyte and Gallucks all have in common? They’re all ambassadors for our new campaign: This One’s For Recycling Epically #Coke Dunks. Find out more about them and the #CokeDunks campaign…

We want to get as many people recycling as possible. That’s why we’ve launched #CokeDunks, to get more people dunking their plastic bottles in recycling bins. All you have to do is share a video of you dunking a bottle into a recycle bin and tag it #CokeDunks to be in with a chance to win prizes... Find out more about what you could win…

We’ll let our #CokeDunks ambassadors explain more in our Instagram story:

Who are the #CokeDunks ambassadors?

Nile Wilson, British Olympic gymnast

Olympic bronze medallist Nile won the horizontal bar in Rio 2016. Plus, he’s a member of the silver-medal winning British team at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships – a first in British gymnastics history.

Nile says he’s excited to be involved: “When Coca-Cola asked me to take part in #CokeDunks I thought it was a great idea, as everyone needs to recycle more. I’m proud to encourage my followers to do their bit – and make a difference.”

Watch Nile’s epic #CokeDunk.

Tom Connors, professional street basketball player

With 16 basketball World Records under his belt, Tom Connors is regarded as one of the best street basketball players in the world.

Known as ‘The Conman’, Tom entertains millions of people across the globe with his mind-blowing skills. As well as basketball record breaking, he’s also a European streetball champion.

Tom says: “It’s a pleasure to work with one of the biggest brands in the world on such an amazing campaign. Recycling is such an important issue and I’m glad that Coca-Cola are reminding everyone that their plastic bottles need to land in the recycle bin every single time. It’s a great way to practice your dunks! I hope to work with Coke on more recycling projects in the future.”

Watch Tom Connor’s How to Recycle Epically video

Emily Canham, fashion and lifestyle blogger

Emily is blogger and YouTuber, who loves all things fashion, beauty, and travel related. With an incredible 307k subscribers on YouTube and 561k followers on Instagram, she’s taking social by storm. When she’s not travelling the globe, she’s hanging out with her beloved dog, Cody.

Lucy Campbell, professional surfer

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Lucy is the UK #1 female surfer and a keen recycling advocate. Known as surfing’s child prodigy, she won her first championship aged 10 and became GB champ for the first time at 19. Considered the ’face of British surfing’, Lucy is the subject of a three-year BBC documentary charting her journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Tre Whyte, BMX rider for Team GB

Tre shot to fame after winning bronze in the 2014 BMX World Championships. He’s a self-starter, having paid for his own entry after not being selected by the British Cycling World Championship team.

Tre is now part of the GB team and represented his country at the 2018 World Championships.

Gallucks, fashion blogger

Gallucks, otherwise known as Joel Mclaughlin, is a menswear blogger and YouTuber from London. With 133k followers on Instagram and more than 95k subscribers on YouTube, he’s the go-to men’s fashion blogger for the latest trends and styling tips.

Want to get involved in #CokeDunks too? Then check out our guide on how to recycle epically.