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How to nominate

This year, applications must be submitted electronically to the North Shore Sport Awards selection committee using our simple ONLINE APPLICATION FORM. Nominations will be accepted until Wednesday, February 24th, 2016. All successful finalists will contacted starting March 5th, 2016 and the finalists will be announced in the North Shore News on Sunday, March 20th, 2016.

Finalists and winners will be selected based on their accomplishments in 2015 and not the number of nominations received

If you have any questions regarding the nomination process, please contact Darcie Montgomery.

Categories

A person can be nominated in one category only. Below is a list of the category criteria.

  • Youth Female
    Females 18 years & under (as of December 31st, 2015)
  • Youth Male
    Males 18 years & under (as of December 31st, 2015)
  • Open Female
    Females 19-39 years (as of December 31st, 2015)
  • Open Male
    Males 19-39 years (as of December 31st, 2015)
  • Master Athlete
    Female or Male 40 years and older
  • Coach
    Only coaches who are NCCP certified will be considered for recognition
  • Official
    Nominees to be considered will include those who, in the process of officiating, educate and encourage athletes and coaches to play fair, and spectators to demonstrate responsible behaviour
  • Community Sport Volunteer
    May include any volunteer community member, trainer, manager or administrator who has made a significant contribution to a sport organization on the North Shore in 2015.
  • Comeback Award
    Any female / male who has overcome a significant obstacle to return to a high level of competition, the recognition of which could inspire others who face similar or other obstacles
  • Team
    Any amateur team competing in an organized league during 2015. The phrase 'team' in these selections will not be interpreted as a group of individuals competitors (such as BC ski team) but limited to the commonly known team sports such as basketball, volleyball, soccer etc.
  • Special Olympian
    Any athlete with a physical disability who has made a significant contribution to sport on the North Shore
  • Fair Play
    Any team or individual that demonstrated the values of good sportsmanship and fair play over a 'win at all costs' attitude during competition. Nominations will be considered that tell a verifiable story that modeled such values for others, and that could be used by coaches and parents to teach such values to young athletes.