UK Coaching Awards 2017

Last updated: 31 Oct 2017 Topics: Working with our partners Community and school sports Disability sport Type: News article
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UK Coaching announces this year's coaching awards finalists. The awards will be held at the Honourable Artillery Company, London on 30 November.

UK Coaching received a record number of nominations this year. Successful nominees will receive their award at the showpiece annual event, which is seen as one of the most prestigious within the coaching community.

As well as this year being the 20th anniversary of the UK Coaching Awards, it also marks the relaunch of UK Coaching. The relaunch focusses on a wider definition of coaching, acknowledging its impact on physical and mental well-being, as well as individual, economic and social development.

Chief executive officer at UK Coaching, Mark Gannon, said:

'This is a particularly special year for the Awards, as we celebrate its 20th birthday and its first under our new remit of UK Coaching.

'The Awards are a unique opportunity for us to recognise and reward the work of excellent coaching at all levels across sport and physical activity, from community to high performance. And I have high-expectations that the coaching community in its entirety will be out in force to nominate this year.'