The Jack Kelly Fair Play Award was established by the United States Olympic Committee in 1985 to honor the late USOC President and former AAU President Jack Kelly Jr. The award is presented to an athlete, team, coach or official in recognition of an outstanding act of fair play and sportsmanship displayed during the past year.
Fair play can be described as an athlete who is dedicated to playing fair, obeying the rules and upholding the spirit of the game. Sportsmanship is demonstrating gracious behavior before, during and after competition.
Nominees are now being sought for this distinguished honor, which will be officially presented during the 2017 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Assembly in Colorado Springs, Colo., on October, 12-13. Please use the attached form to nominate a deserving individual from your organization for this award. Nomination deadline is Monday, June 5, 2017.
Click here to nominate your AAU player, team, official or coach.
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Thousands of AAU members across the nation will descend on Orlando, Florida – home of the world-famous Mickey Mouse – for elite AAU competition at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex this summer. We’ve compiled six reasons your team won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to compete at the most magical place on Earth.
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