A world champion, a gold medallist and the man who washes the kit were among the winners at the Cambridge Sports Network Sports Awards 2009.
The awards, run by Cambridge City Council, honoured high achievers, coaches and dedicated volunteers of all ages and abilities who have had a year to remember.
The world champion was Juliet Vickery, of Cambridge Triathlon Club, who was named Sports Performer of the year.
Charlotte Cox, who won a gold and two silvers in the sprint events at the Special Olympics, was named Disabled Performer of the Year, while multiple medallist Lucy Cliff, of Cambridge Dive Team, was the Young Sports Performer.
Volunteer of the Year was Carl Norman, of Cambridge Handball Club - whose duties have occasionally included kit-washing, but who more importantly dedicates his time to running the club and administering competitions for England Handball.
The Young Volunteer category was won by Chesterton Community College student Mathew George, Club of the Year were Impington Tang Soo Do Club, Cambridge Canoe Club's Terry Elsey was Coach of the Year and School of the Year went to St Philip's Primary, who run a welter of schemes and activities to get children involved in sport.
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