Our 52nd Gold Coast Sports Star of the Year has officially been announced, with the “World’s best sailor” taking out the prestigious title following a typically huge year for the proud local.
Superstar para-canoeist Curtis McGrath has made history once again at the 52nd Gold Coast Sports Star Awards, beating out a stellar field to be named the Gold Coast’s best para athlete of the year for a remarkable fourth consecutive occasion.
The Gold Coast Force have won the hearts and minds of Coast locals in 2019, with the Australian Futsal Champs voted the 102.9 Hot Tomato and MyGC Gold Coast Team of the Year at the 52nd Gold Coast Sports Star Awards.
The Daphne Pirie AO MBE Spirit of Sport Media has been awarded to another extremely worthy recipient at the 52nd annual Gold Coast Sports Star Awards, with disabled sport advocate Anna-Louise Kassulke receiving this year’s honour.
The Eximm Junior Volunteer of the Year Award has gone to a very deserving recipient, with Surfers Paradise Demons volunteer Tanami Hill proudly accepting the title.
If you want to know what a great sports volunteer looks like, then all we need is a picture of 12-year-old Piper Phelan.
There is little doubt why Curtis McGrath is one of Australia’s, and the Gold Coast’s, most awarded and revered athletes.
She may be small in stature, however Emma Snowsill stands tall as arguably Australia’s greatest triathlete.
KEEBRA PARK HIGH SCHOOL’S OPEN AGE RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM WINS MyGC and 102.9 HOT TOMATO PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
There is no doubting the popularity of the Keebra Park High School’s rugby league team. They had a 600-strong crowd at the Gold Coast’s gala sports awards night cheering them on.
Globe-trotting triathlon star Ashleigh Gentle continues to collect accolades, being named recipient of the prestigious City of Gold Coast Mayor’s Sports Award.
There would be very few, if any, local sports mentors who have influenced as many people as golf coach Mark Gibson.