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The GB Rowing Team is the high performance arm of British Rowing. Rowing is the nation’s most continuously successful Olympic sport, having won a gold medal in every Olympic Games since 1984, and has won six Paralympic golds since the sport was introduced to the Paralympic Games programme in 2008.
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The British Rowing Awards celebrate the people, clubs and crews from across the rowing community who deserve recognition.
Thursday, 26 January
Stream starts: 19.15 | Awards begin: 19.30
Thank you to everyone who took time to nominate individuals, crews and clubs from across the rowing community who deserve recognition for their hard work and achievements.
The Judging Panels have drawn up the following shortlists and identified regional winners across for nine of the Award categories. Congratulations to you all!
Nominations are now open for the 2022 awards. These cover activities from October 2021 to September 2022, following on from the period covered by last year’s awards.
Individuals, clubs and other organisations can make as many nominations as they wish across the 10 categories; there are also five sub-categories within the Coach of the Year award.
Find out more about the criteria for each award here.
Nominations have now closed. Winners will be announced on Thursday, 26 January 2023.
Each category has awarding criteria. Carefully check the criteria to ensure your nomination is eligible and suitable for the category you are nominating in.
Now you have chosen the most suitable award, here are five tips for making your entry shine:
Award panellists will often have dozens of entries to read, so write an exciting intro and make your best points first.
Use bullet points and short paragraphs to structure your entry. This will enable you to stick to the point and to organise the information in an easy-read format, which will help the panellists too.
Back up your facts with evidence and detail. Use statistics where possible, include any research you undertook to measure the impact of a rowing programme or project.
Including feedback, especially from those impacted by the person you are nominating as this can be very persuasive and it could be the difference between two strong entries.