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This award celebrates a sporting event that has made an impact in the lives of many.

This award recognizes an individual or a group that have undertaken an outstanding charity challenge in 2016. It could be for an individual that despite personal physical challenges has trained and managed to complete their first 10k to someone that has cycled the length and breadth of a continent. Here are our final three:

This award recognises an individual that has worked tirelessly to make an impact on sport in their local community. Your local hero could have washed kits for 30 years to ensure the team looks its best week in week out or be someone who has campaigned to keep a local sports facility open to the public. Here are this year’s final three:

This award honours a team in any sport who have worked together to succeed at the highest level. We think you’ll agree that our final three are outstanding.

This award recognises a disabled individual who has excelled in their chosen sport.

When you think about excellence in coaching what do you think about first? Do you think it’s more about their training skills or their ability to draw out the best in their team, or is it harnessing natural talent and being great about analysing people? Whatever that elusive mix is it’s definitely about cultivating ability and getting the work done and these three finalists are fantastic examples of doing just that. Meet our three finalists for the 2016 Coach of the Year Award:

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