Nominate an individual, club or organisation today to receive an award at our Presentation Evening in late autumn.
We want to recognise and celebrate the achievements and endless hard work that our passionate clubs and volunteers have put in, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy our sport.
The Recognition Awards align with Archery GB’s vision of Enriching Lives Through Archery, and the values we want the archery community to aspire to: valuing people for who they are and the contribution they make; choosing to work and learn together; striving for excellence; and always acting with integrity.
If you feel that an individual, a club or other organisation deserves recognition, please take the time to consider nominating them - receiving recognition for the hard work they put in makes a huge difference. Anyone can nominate (including anyone who is not a member of Archery GB) using the form below:
Please make sure you email a photo of the individual or club/organisation nominated to email@example.com.
A person considered to have given exemplary service to archery during the year, in any sphere of the sport – performance, administration, coaching or development of the sport.
For a young person aged under 25, this award is for an individual who has demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to the promotion of archery and has made a strong impact
Recognises the contribution coaches have made in enriching lives through archery. Nominees have created empowering experiences for the person/people they coach, shown innovation and creativity in their delivery (for example using activities online or on social media) and made archery welcoming.
Nominees need to be licenced coaches who have delivered coaching within AGB’s Performance programmes in the last year, or have supported Performance athletes. This could include the National Talent Development Programme, National Age Group Academy, NI Performance Academy, Conversion Academy, Youth Development Squad, or National Youth Squad. Please include details on how the nominee has made archery coaching more engaging and accessible for the archers involved.
Projects specifically promoting the benefits of archery in enhancing good health and wellbeing, developing archery in more diverse communities or schools/colleges, utilising adaptive equipment, establishing new partnerships, or involving digital solutions to increase participation.
Awarded to anyone who has advocated, supported, developed, competed, or represented in the area of disability archery.
This award is for ontarget clubs that have achieved the Young People specialism and have created a club where young people are supported, developed and recognised for their contribution to archery.
This award is for ontarget clubs that have achieved the Performance specialism, who have embraced a performance culture across the club and ensured that their archers, coaches and judges are supported and developed to reach their potential.
This award is reserved for ontarget Community specialism clubs who have seen strong community engagement. Clubs will have made significant contribution to widening access to the sport to a wide range of people and are active and visible in their local community.
The overall award for the ontarget club that has shown the most contribution to the development of archery and supports the ethos of the ontarget programme, demonstrating good club organisation and management.
For any club, county or region that has shown exemplary support to the archers, clubs, or counties in their area, seeking to influence change and good practice through exceptional member engagement, whilst advocating the development of archery as a whole.
For more information on the Recognition Awards, and to watch last year's ceremony, click on the link below: