The winners have been crowned at the 14th annual Sussex Sports Awards, held at The Grand Hotel, Brighton, on Friday 25 November.
The black tie event celebrated the achievements of Sussex sports stars and welcomed special guest, fresh back from Rio, and a five-time Olympian, Jo Pavey, and regular host, BBC Sussex presenter Danny Pike.
The winners of the 15 award categories were as follows:
Active Workplace Award: Haybury (formerly known as Stelfox)
Community Impact Award: Sports for All
Primary School of the Year: Lyminster Primary School
Coach of the Year: Kim Milnthorpe
Sussex County FA Volunteer of the Year: Helen Courtney
The Grand Hotel Club of the Year: Withdean Youth Football Club
University of Brighton Disabled Sports Personality of the Year: Simon Munn
Sport England Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award: David Bowden
Freedom Leisure Sports Personality of the Year: Katie-George Dunlevy
Rix & Kay Solicitors LLP Team of the Year: Heartbeat United FC
BBC Sussex Unsung Hero Award: Jim Burroughs
Young Sports Personality of the Year: Archie Davis
Juice 107.2 Young Team of the Year: Worthing RFC Colts (Under 17s)
The Latest TV Young Volunteer of the Year: Emily Goss
Special Recognition Award for participants at Rio 2016: Seb Rodger, Ben Jesson, Amy Wilson-Hardy, Will Bayley, Faye McClelland, Heather Olver, Jade Lally, Katie-George Dunlevy, Jess Walker, Pete Mitchell, Simon Munn, Steve Scott, Tom Mitchell and Helena Lucas
You can view more videos from the Sussex Sports Awards via our YouTube channel here.
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Ed delivers the Sussex Sports Awards, School Games & Active Sussex Network meetings, Annual Partner Conference & AGM.