Below is a brief overview for each award category with downloadable PDF entry forms. Please first download the appropriate entry form(s) to your computer and read in full before compiling your entry. To ensure no information is lost please first save your entry information to a backup Microsoft Word (or other) file.
If you are having trouble downloading any of the below forms please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be sent a form directly.
Entries close on 12 December 2012.
Awarded to a sport/recreation stakeholder which has successfully broken new ground with a sport or recreation project/initiative.
Awarded to an executive displaying outstanding leadership in respect to their sport/recreation organisation or the sector in general during 2012. Judges will accept nominations from within the nominator’s organisation only. Named after the late Christopher Doig this award is partnered by the Christopher Doig Foundation. The foundation aims to help grow leaders in sports and the arts. The recipient of the C.K. Doig Leadership Award will receive a $25,000 (NZD) grant to invest in a professional development programme designed in consultation with, and approved by, Sport New Zealand.
Awarded to an outstanding collaboration that has provided positive sport or recreation outcomes at the local level.
Awarded to an outstanding commercial or not for profit sport or recreation event.
Awarded to a sport/recreation stakeholder that has demonstrated best practice in the sourcing, negotiating, leveraging, and servicing of a partnership with a commercial organisation.
Awarded to a sport and recreation organisation which has best profiled itself/communicated to a target audience.
Awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the sport and recreation sector. The recipient of this award is nominated by the Sport and Recreation Sector Awards judging panel alone and cannot be applied for.