British sprint legend Derek Redmond will be our ‘Guest of Honour’ at the scottishathletics and jogscotland Annual Awards Dinner later this year.
It should be a night of celebrations and acknowledgement for our 15 Olympians from Rio, six Paralympians and many others within the sport who are unsung heroes in their own right.
And the time is right now for you to get involved by giving us nominations in various categories.
The Annual Awards Dinner will be held on Saturday 29 October at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow, with tickets now on sale.
We are looking for your help in choosing winners in three scottishathletics categories – Clubs, Coaches and Volunteers.
scottishathletics are committed to recognising and rewarding the dedication, commitment and success of coaches, officials and volunteers. Our Awards have been in existence for a number of years and during that period have acknowledged over 100 clubs, coaches, and volunteers.
Nominations for Athlete of the Year, Performance Coach of the Year and Official of the Year are closed awards, chosen by the relevant selection committees.
So we are looking for help as follows:
*Impact Club of the Year
*Off-Track Club of the Year
*Track and Field Club of the Year
*Club Coach of the Year
*Development Coach of the Year (12 years +)
(Please note: Only coaches who are in membership of scottishathletics and who are suitably licensed by UKA and Disclosure Checked will be eligible for this category of Awards).
*The Volunteer of the Year
The deadline for nominations is FRIDAY 9 SEPTEMBER.. The Annual Awards Dinner is taking place on Saturday 29 October 2016 at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow.
Laura Muir won Athlete of the Year in 2016 with Andy Young named Performance Coach of the Year