2018 Sports Awards


The 47th Isle of Wight Sports Achievement Awards will take place on Thursday 31st March 2022 and the deadline for nominations is almost upon us.

The evening, which will be held at Medina Theatre, will be hosted by Lord Grade of Yarmouth and the Island’s very own sailor and Olympic gold medallist, Shirley Robertson.

This event recognises outstanding achievement or service amongst sportsmen and women of all ages and celebrates our Isle of Wight success stories.

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Putting forward a nomination is acknowledging, in public, the success that a member or team has achieved, or the contribution that a volunteer or officer has made to the progress of a club.

Although these awards focus on 2021, achievements from 2020 will also be considered. Nominations are also open for the best Isle of Wight Primary & Secondary Sporting School.

Nominations close on Monday 17th January 2022 – so you have left than a week to ensure your nomination is submitted.

All nomination forms can be found on the awards page at https://www.iowsports.org/awards/.

Nominations will be judged by an independent panel. All finalists, and nominators of finalists, will be invited to the awards ceremony on Thursday 31st March 2022.

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