2017 gsport Awards Nominations

2017 gsport Awards Nominations 2017-02-07T22:00:05+00:00

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Nominations are open from Wednesday 8 February until midnight on Saturday, 1 July 2017.

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This award will go to a sportswoman who has excelled at an international or senior level during the Year under Review*, serving as inspiration for other women to make their mark on the record books.

Traditionally one of the big voting categories each year, this Award aims to raise the profile of women’s sport with disability in SA, and is based on performances during the Year under Review*.

This award is presented to an emerging sportswoman of any age, who has excelled at a national and provincial level during the Year under Review*. It honours the stars of tomorrow to inspire them to sporting greatness.

This award will go to a sportswoman under the age of 18 who has excelled athletically. The focus is on personal improvement during the Year under Review*.

This award will go to a team of sportswomen of any age, who have excelled as a unit during the Year under Review*.

This Award is presented to a coach (any gender) who made a significant impact on women’s sport during the Year under Review* and is actively involved in growing the careers of South Africa’s leading sportswomen.

This Award recognises a formidable woman who is breaking barriers and making strides in the business of sport, as an administrator or official. She dedicates her life to the development and success of South African sport, particularly women’s sport.

This category seeks excellence in two measures – success as a woman in sports media; and (being involved in) creating powerful online content about SA women in sport. This Award will be won by the candidate who is able to demonstrate a convincing edge using Social Media in either or both focuses during the Year under Review*.

This category seeks excellence in two measures – success as a woman in sports media; and (being involved in) creating powerful journalist content about SA women in sport. This Award will be won by the candidate who is able to demonstrate a convincing edge as a print journalist in either or both focuses during the Year under Review*.

This category seeks excellence in two measures – success as a woman in sports media; and (being involved in) creating powerful journalist content about SA women in sport. This Award will be won by the candidate who is able to demonstrate a convincing edge as a radio journalist in either or both focuses during the Year under Review*.

This category seeks excellence in two measures – success as a woman in sports media; and (being involved in) creating powerful journalist content about SA women in sport. This Award will be won by the candidate who is able to demonstrate a convincing edge as a television journalist in either or both focuses during the Year under Review*.

This award recognises a vibrant South African woman in sport who has become synonymous with a leading sense style and elegance during the Year under Review*, serving as an inspiration to all women.

Volunteers are the backbone of amateur sport. This award recognises an individual (any gender) or organisation that selflessly have of their time and/or resources during the Year under Review* to help raise the profile of women’s sport in South Africa.

gsport is seeking nominations for those special family members and others (any gender) who helped to make SA women athletes’ dreams come true during the Year under Review*.

This Awards seeks to reward contributions beyond the call of duty, which are widely acknowledged to have made a positive impact for the good of SA women in sport.

The concept of sponsorship of SA women in sport is steadily becoming less rare an occurrence, and this Award seeks to applaud the Commercial Sponsor best known during the Year under Review* for moving this cause forwards.

All Sports Federations are focusing time and resources on developing the twin requirements of women’s athletic potential, and including women in leadership positions and governing structures. Which Federation has made the greatest strides in the Year under Review*?

* For categories which specify the Year under Review among its qualifying criteria, the performance window for the 2017 gsport Awards is the year from 1 July 2016 to 30 June, 2017.

Please Complete this Form to Submit a 2017 gsport Awards Nomination