⁠The New Zealand Sport and generic cialis professional Recreation Awards are organised and hosted by Sport NZ to recognise and celebrate excellence in New Zealand’s sport and recreation sector. 

Now in their tenth year, the Awards highlight the commitment and dedication of individuals, clubs, regional and national organisations to enriching New Zealanders’ lives and inspiring the nation through sport.

Winners will be announced at the annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards Dinner, which will be held in Auckland on 29 May 2017. The dinner will coincide with Sport NZ’s Connections Conference – the annual conference for leaders from the sport and recreation sector.

Sport NZ now invites nominations for the 10th New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards.

Entries close at 5pm on 12 March 2017 

Award Categories:

Commercial Partnership
Awarded to an organisation within the sport and recreation sector which has formed an outstanding partnership with a commercial organisation.

Community Impact
Awarded to a project which positively impacts community sport and recreation.

Event Excellence
Awarded to a sport or recreation event displaying best practice.

High Performance Campaign Excellence
Awarded to an outstanding high performance campaign.

Innovation Excellence
Awarded to an organisation within the sport and recreation sector displaying exceptional innovation.

Lifetime Achievement
The recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award are chosen for the immeasurable amounts of time, energy and buy cialis super active passion they have given to sport throughout their incredible careers.

C.K. Doig Leadership Award
The C.K Doig Leadership Award recognises outstanding leadership by an executive sport or recreation leader in relation to their organisation or the sector as a whole. The award includes a grant for continued professional development.

Lotto Sport Maker

Volunteers are the lifeblood of sport and without them so much grassroots sport in this country simply could not happen. The Lotto Sport Maker Award recognises and rewards volunteers, or Sport Makers as we call them, celebrating their efforts, encouraging them to keep doing what they’re doing and inspiring others to get involved.

The recipient will be selected through Lotto’s Thank a Sport Maker programme, which calls on the public to nominate fantastic Sport Makers from within their community.