Nominations are now open for the HUUB Triathlon England Awards, providing the opportunity to celebrate the hard work of clubs, organisations and individuals from across the country who help make swim, bike, run an enjoyable experience for so many.
Each year, swim, bike, run takes place in various settings and in numerous forms week in week out, with the Triathlon England Awards providing a chance to recognise and reward those who support others in taking part in physical activity and in their triathlon journey.
The HUUB Triathlon England Awards start firstly as regional awards, with nominations being made within each of England’s ten regions. The nominations made are reviewed by a regional awards committee who select the winners for their region. The 13 national award winners are then chosen from the regional winners by a national committee.
There are 13 awards that are open for nomination:
- Club of the Year
- Junior Coach of the Year
- Participation Coach of the Year
- Young Volunteer of the Year
- Adult Volunteer of the Year
- Technical Official of the Year
- Large Event of the Year
- Small Event of the Year
- Children’s Event of the Year
- GO TRI Initiative of the Year
- Inclusivity Award
- Wellbeing Award
- Outstanding Contribution Award
Nomination information is available on the Triathlon England website, along with the nomination form, which you can access here: https://www.triathlonengland.org/events/triathlon-england-awards. Nominations will close in January.
Debbie Clarke, Chair of Triathlon England, said of the awards: "The HUUB Triathlon England Awards provide a great opportunity for us to thank those wonderful people without whom the sport simply wouldn't exist. The people who are the first to arrive and the last to leave. The people who give their time, energy and passion.
"To everyone involved in swim, bike, run I encourage you to look around your communities, clubs and friends, to those people who have supported you in your journey so far and nominate them for an award. There are 13 award categories to choose from and nomination should only take five minutes but would mean the world to them to be recognised.”
Dean Jackson, HUUB CEO, said: “Partnering with Triathlon England’s Awards is another way in which we are able to show our support for the work that they and the triathlon community do.
“Grassroots participation is the heart of our sport, and I’m really excited that HUUB can once again be involved in the awards to celebrate those who commit to helping others.”