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UK Coaching Awards 2019

Last year's awards

Twelve prizes were awarded at the prestigious annual celebration of #GreatCoaching - held at The Tower Hotel, London.

And the 2019 winners were...

Awards for Coaches

Children and Young People’s Coach of the Year – supported by sportscotland

  • Sasha Moore (multi-sport)

Community Coach of the Year – supported by Spond

  • Andrew Beech (multi-sport)

Changing Lives Award - supported by Sport England

  • Ben Lampert (football)

Talent Development Coach of the Year - supported by UKPCA

  • Danielle Brayson (swimming)

High Performance Coach of the Year – supported by UK Sport

  • Melanie Marshall (swimming)

Young Coach of the Year – supported by Sport Wales

  • James Galt (football/futsal)

Lifetime Achievement Award

Judy Murray OBE was announced as the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award, and was formally recognised at the awards for her achievements through a lifetime dedicated to coaching.

The Coaching Chain

The coaches of England Cricket World Cup winner Ben Stokes and Team GB Olympic sailing champion Hannah Mills were announced as the winners of The Coaching Chain award.

The coaches behind the success of Stokes are Jon Gibson, John Windows, Geoff Cook, Andy Flower and Trevor Bayliss, whilst Mills has been guided by Anne Barrett, Ollie Green, Alan Williams and Joe Glanfield.

Awards in Support of Coaches

Coach Developer of the Year

  • Sue Ringrose (horseracing)

Transforming Coaching Award - supported by Believe Perform

  • Great Britain Hockey Coach Development Offer

Coaching for an Active Life Award

  • The Bulldogs (boxing)

Download the Official Photos

Take a look at the official photos from this year's UK Coaching Awards

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