Nominations for the Triathlon England Awards are now open, giving Triathlon England members the chance to recognise individuals, clubs and events that have made a difference to them and the swim, bike and run community in 2021.
Each year, the Triathlon England Awards recognise and celebrate the hard work of those involved in swim, bike and run who help to make the sport what it is.
This year is no different with 12 award categories covering the breadth of the sport, including awards recognising outstanding coaching, volunteers and technical officials. There are also specific awards for events and recognising the work being done in the swim, bike and run community around inclusion and wellbeing.
- 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
- GO TRI Initiative of the Year
- Inclusivity Award
- Wellbeing Award
- Outstanding Contribution Award
The nominations will be judged by each region’s awards committee to determine regional winners, with winners in each category from the 10 English regions going forward to the national awards which will be held virtually in February 2022.
Nominations for the 2022 Awards close at 23:59 on Monday 3 January, with categories covering the time period from 1 January to 31 December 2021.
Will Evans, Head of Clubs and Regions, said: “It has been fantastic to see the way the whole swim, bike and run community have once again come together in 2021, and the way members, clubs and volunteers have adapted to ensure people have still been able to access swim, bike and run in one form or another.
“The 2022 Awards are an opportunity for us, as a community, to recognise and celebrate the commitment, energy and passion of our amazing volunteers and clubs up-and-down the country, as well as recognising all the hard work that went into ensuring the return of events across England and the continuing work around inclusion and wellbeing.”