Distinguished Services to International Rowing Award
Distinguished Service to International Rowing Award
The winner of the 2018 Distinguished Service to International Rowing Award was Borge Kaas Andersen from Denmark. He has been a FISA Executive Committee member, a long-time chair of the FISA Umpiring Commission and an honorary member of the FISA Council.
What is the Distinguished Service to International Rowing Award?
The Distinguished Service to International Rowing Award is annually awarded to someone who has;
- Outstanding service and involvement in the development of the sport internationally; and/or
- Participation in the organisation of large (or many) international rowing events; and/or
- Long term service to the sport at all levels and with an impact in a number of countries; and/or
- Evidence of work at the grass roots of rowing in a number of countries.
How do you make a nomination and who will judge the nominations?
The first stage is a public nomination, which the Distinguished Service to International Rowing Panel will select the finalists and recommend a winner, where thereafter the Executive Committee will make the final decision.
Nominations for the 2019 Awards will open on 24 June 2019.
The award will be presented at the annual World Rowing Awards function.
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