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Sports Awards 2014

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What Is It?

Charnwood Sports Awards 2013 Winners & Runners UpCharnwood is very fortunate to be blessed with a strong sporting history and community. The Charnwood Sports Awards celebrate the sporting success of individuals and teams throughout the Borough.

It is not just about recognising those who compete, they also celebrate the volunteers who give up their spare time to coach or those that often go unnoticed but work tirelessly behind the scenes to help a club run smoothly.

Why Do It?

2013's Awards were the 5th annual Sport Awards! It was a great evening that brought the people of Charnwood together to celebrate their successes and recognise their achievements and commitments in sport and physical activity.

Councillor David Snartt, Charnwood Borough Council's Cabinet member for Neighbourhood Services has said:

"The Charnwood Sports Awards provide a brilliant opportunity for the community to recognise and reward local sportsmen and women whose achievements and leadership inspire and motivate others in the name of sport"

AWARD CATEGORIES

The 2014 Sports Awards nominations are for achievements between September 2013 - 31st August 2014

Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Sponsored by Fusion Logo; Aged under 18 on August 31st, 2014, this award is for an individual who has in the last 12 months: made significant progress in the field of the sport; exceeded expectations in their sporting performance or made a big difference to a team.

Junior Volunteer of the Year Aged under 18 on August 31st, 2014, this award is for an individual who has in the last 12 months: demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to a sport or club; made a strong impact on a club or organisation through volunteering.

Junior Disabled Sportsperson of the Year Aged under 18 on August 31st, 2014, this award is for a performer who has in the last 12 months: had a significant impact on disability sport; overcome barriers and exclusion to excel in sport; acts as a role model for other disabled people.

Junior Team of the Year A team of two or more people aged under 18 on August 31st, 2014, this award is for a club team that has in the last 12 months: achieved success or competed at a consistently high level throughout the year; demonstrated fair play and a good sporting attitude throughout the year. This may include school sports teams.

Senior Sportsperson of the Year This award is for an individual, aged 18 and over who has in the last 12 months: made significant progress in the field of the sport; exceeded expectations in their sporting performance or made a big difference to a team and Competes at a national or international level.

Senior Volunteer of the Year This award is for an official, administrator or general helper, aged 18 and over who has in the last 12 months: demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to a sport or club; made a strong impact on a club or organisation through volunteering; shown a commitment to personal development, team working and supporting the development of other volunteers.

Senior Disabled Sportsperson of the Year- Sponsored by Fusion Logo; This award is for a performer who has in the last 12 months: had a significant impact on disability sport; overcome barriers and exclusion to excel in sport; Acts as a role model for other disabled people.

Senior Team of the Year - Sponsored by Loughborough College; A team of two or more people who have in the last 12 months: Achieved success or competed at a consistently high level throughout the year; demonstrated fair play and a good sporting attitude throughout the year. This may include university teams.

Coach of the Year This award is for a qualified coach (paid or voluntary), aged 18 and over who has in the last 12 months: made an impact in their sport by increasing participation or improving individuals’ or a team’s skill level or performance Committed to providing the highest standard of coaching to their performers; a positive, encouraging attitude that has inspired, guided and influenced progression in their sport.

Club of the Year This award is for a club that has achieved some, or all, of the following in the last 12 months: gained or attained National Governing Body (NGB) accreditation; demonstrated successful partnerships with local schools and
community organisations; evidenced commitment to volunteer recruitment, recognition and training including increased membership and participation levels.

Contribution to School Sport For individuals or groups who have in the last 12 months made a significant contribution within a Charnwood school environment and, in some cases, exceeding expectations of their paid/volunteer roles. This can
include adults other than teachers.

Outstanding Contribution to Physical Activity and Sport - Sponsored by South Charnwood
School Sports Partnership;
This award is for individuals or groups who have gone that extra mile to promote the benefits of physical activity or sport and who have worked tirelessly being the scenes encouraging others and supporting others, exceeding their expectations of their paid/voluntary role and has increased membership or
participation levels at a local level.

Best Community Sport/Physical Activity Project- Sponsored by Fusion Logo; This award is for community groups/organisations that have set up a sport and activity project that has had a positive impact for local residents. (Nominations can include Sportivate, Community Games, Positive Activities projects).

For more information about previous years awards Please select the relevant link below:

For Further Information:

Please contact Kathryn Leslie, Community Sports Development Officer on 01509 634966 Email: kathryn.leslie@charnwood.gov.uk

Last updated: Thu 11th September, 2014 @ 08:52

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