2017 Victorian Sport Awards
The Victorian Sport Awards is the night of nights for the Victorian sporting community. A night that recognises and celebrates the achievements of our home grown sporting heroes and legends. Each year the Victorian Sport Awards will honour those who have made an outstanding contribution to sport in Victoria as an individual or team athletes, coaches, administrators and volunteers from both metropolitan and regional areas in Victoria.
Held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Victorian Sport Awards can be attended by all entrants, nominees, family, friends, sporting organisations and clubs to celebrate the successes of community sport in Victoria.
Last year's Awards attracted an attendance of 500 people including many of the States premier athletes and grassroots heroes. Highlights of the night included an emotional speech from Kevin Sheedy OAM upon receiving the Victorian Government Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award and 2016 Rio Olympic Champion Rower Kim Brennan AM and swimmer Mack Horton OAM, awarded the 2016 Victorian Female and Male Athletes of the Year Award.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 Victorian Sport Awards. If you know an athlete, coach, official, volunteer, organisation, club, initiative or event that deserves to be recognised for an outstanding 2017, celebrate their achievements by nominating them for a Victorian Sport Award today! Complete the online nomination form here.
When: Wednesday 14 March 2018
Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Time: Commencing at 6pm – cocktail reception followed by Awards Ceremony & post-event refreshments
For all inquiries please contact Vicsport on 9698 8100.