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SPORT AWARD CATEGORIES

There are 13 different categories for which we are seeking nominations:

Please click on the documents further down the page in order to download nomination forms.

  • Active Workplace of the Year

"An award for workplaces that recognises innovation and commitment in helping improve the health and well-being of employees, specifically through encouraging employees to be more active"

  • Club of the Year

An award that recognises the exemplary commitment of the club to their members, to their local communities and to their sport"

  • Coach of the Year

"An award which recognises the outstanding contribution of a coach to getting more people starting, staying and/or succeeding in sport through high quality coaching"

  • Disability Sport Award of the Year

"An award which recognises an individual, team or club's key achievements and dedication to training whilst overcoming barriers"

  • Junior Sports Person of the Year

"An award which recognises major achievement & dedication to training"

  • Junior Sports Team of the Year

"An award which recognises individual success and competed at a consistently high level"

  • Sports Development Project of the Year

A new category for 2015, this award will celebrate the work of projects designed to get more people participating in sport. The award is open to any individual, group or club that has successfully delivered a project in Oxfordshire that has helped to regularly increase and sustain participation in sport by Oxfordshire residents"

  • Sporting School of the Year

"A new category for 2015, n award recognises an Oxfordshire school which has placed sport at the heart of school life, providing opportunities for students to participate and excel throughout the year"

  • Sportsman of the Year

"An award which recognises individual success and competed at a consistently high level"

  • Sports Team of the Year

"An award which recognises individual success and competed at a consistently high level"

  • Sportswoman of the Year

"An award which recognises individual success and competed at a consistently high level"

  • Unsung Hero

"An award which recognises the outstanding, substantive, yet unrecognised contribution to sport that this person gives through their time and talents, which enable others to participate and succeed. This may be in helping an individual, club or team(s)"

  • Young Volunteer

"An award which recognises the outstanding achievements of this young person going that extra mile, giving up their time and using their talents to benefit others".