2015 SA Sports Awards nominees announced

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Chad le Clos (AFP)
Chad le Clos (AFP)

The 2015 SA Sports Awards nominees were announced at SABC Radio Park on Tuesday morning in Johannesburg.

The 10th annual awards will be held in Mangaung, Free State on 22 November.

Up for nomination in the various categories are:

Sportsman of the Year:
Greg Minnaar, Chad le Clos, Wayde van Niekerk

Sportswoman of the Year:
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Shabnim Ismail, Bridgitte Hartley

Sportsman of the Year with Disability:
Lucas Sithole, Ernst van Dyk, Pieter du Preez

Sportswoman of the Year with Disability:
Kgothathso Montjane, Ilse Hayes, Peggy de Villiers

Team of the Year:
SA Proteas, Lightweight women’s 2X, Springbok Sevens

Newcomer of the Year:
Nokwanda Hlongwane, Jayde Andrew Julius, Kagiso Rabada

Coach of the Year:
Holger Losch, Geoffrey Toyana, Roger Barrow, Graham Hill

Administrator of the Year:
Virginia Mabaso, Karen Losch, Tim Cornish

Volunteer of the Year:
Zelda Hansen, Nkosinathi Ngubane, Jeremy Campbell

Indigenous Games Star of the Year:
Limpopo Drie Stokkies Males Team, Western Cape Iintonga Team, KZN Dibeke Team

Federation of the Year:
Roller Sport, Cycling, Basketball

Recreation Body of the Year:
Isqal-Waves 4 Change, Diepsloot Mountain Bike Academy, Indigo Skate Camp

Photographer of the Year:
Gavin Barker, Veli Nhlapo, Motswari Mofokeng

Sport Journalist of the Year:
Bareng-Batho Kortjaas, Daniel Mothowagae, Mbali Mokoko

School Team of the Year:
Oakdale Agricultural High School, St John’s College, Hoërskool Waterkloof

Developing School Team of the Year:
Iqhayiya Secondary School, Montshiwa Primary School, Phayizani High School

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