#BeAGameChanger Awards 2016

The Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Awards 2016 are now open for nominations.

These awards promote and celebrate those who are helping the development and recognition of women’s sport. The individuals and organisations involved are inspiring role models and thought-leaders who endeavor to alter the perceptions of female participation in the world of sport.

There are nine different nominations categories including role models, Women’s Sport Ambassadors and inspiring initiatives among others.

Nominate here.

Last year, we had the honour of attending the #BeAGameChanger Awards 2015 and witnessing first-hand how much positive influence last year’s nominees and winners have had in not only just their field, but throughout the wider remit of women’s sport.

At Cerno Capital, we continue to support and encourage female athletes, coaches, journalists, and anyone involved in competing against the odds, thriving in and enjoying women’s sport the way it should be.

Make sure to nominate the athlete, team or organisation who you feel has made a positive contribution.

Find out more at http://www.womenssporttrust.com

Follow the Women’s Sport Trust on Twitter @WomenSportTrust

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By |2016-02-09T14:27:16+00:00February 9th, 2016|Cerno Capital Posts, Other Posts, Press & Media, Women’s Sport in Britain|

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