Sport Albury Wodonga admits the COVID world will impact on its Young Achiever of the Year award, but has reiterated calls for nominations.
Now in its 26th year, the prestigious honour has been won by a host of Olympians, including Tokyo shooter James Willett.
A number of national and state champions have also claimed the award, but COVID hasn't allowed such competitions over the past 12 months.
"As we all know, it's been a time unlike any other and the Young Achiever has certainly had a different lead-up than the previous years," vice-chairperson Greg Featonby suggested.
As we all know, it's been a time unlike any other and the Young Achiever has certainly had a different lead-up than the previous years.- Greg Featonby
"However, we still want people to nominate as has happened previously."
The award is open to those 16-21 and is eligible to not only sportspeople, but also officials and administrators.
Border kayaker Joseph Burton was the last winner in February, 2020, with the honour not awarded this year due to COVID.
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Details are available on Sport Albury Wodonga's website.
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