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Nomination Form - Individual Player/Athlete and Builder

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR NOMINATING

Nominations require information of the nominee’s accomplishments in sport. Some of  the best sources for gathering the information are: family members; former teammates; coaches; administrators; scrapbooks; local papers; libraries; museums; provincial or national sport organizations; internet, etc.

ALL NOMINATIONS MUST INCLUDE:

  • Consent of the nominee or, if deceased, the family or appointed representative and their current address.
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation to support your nomination.
  • Material and photographs in support of the nomination.  

ELIGIBLE SPORTS

An eligible sport for the purpose of induction must fit into one or more of the following three criteria areas:

  1. It is physical, competitive and adheres to the standard rules of sport.
  2. It is, or has been, recognized on Sport New Brunswick’s list of provincial sports. 
  3. A sport in which candidates qualify for induction into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. 

ELIGIBILITY OF NOMINATION

PLAYER/ATHLETES: 
The nominee must have participated in sport or athletic competition, which has brought distinction and honour to Moncton or has made a major contribution to the development and advancement of sport in the city. 

Athletes to be considered for admission must have been (or be) outstanding in their field of endeavour and/or have achieved better than average proficiency in a sport or a number of sports even if not reaching the absolute top level in any one.  The label “outstanding” must be applicable over an extended period of time in competition against peer athletes. The nominee need not reside in Moncton.

BUILDERS:
The term builder should be defined to illustrate candidates who have contributed to the development of sport as a coach, official, administrator, executive member, or in another capacity that has benefited athletes and/or the sport.

The nominee must have attained a high level of excellence and brought recognition and honour to Moncton’s sport community through on-going dedication towards the development of players, teams or sport itself.  The nominee need not reside in Moncton.

The nominee may be active or retired at the time of the nomination.

 

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Category nominated:
Personal information
 
 
Education:
 
 
Career Information
Competitive sports in which the nominee was involved as a player or builder
Player/Athlete Nominees Only
Builder Nominees Only
What function best identifies the nominee's contribution to sport?
Player/Athlete and Builder Information
 
 
Pick date
Clear selection
 

NOMINATION DEADLINE

Nominations are accepted year round, however, those submitted prior to June 15th will be considered in that given year. All other submissions will be considered the following year.

Relevant photos and materials are to be delivered, or mailed to:

City of Moncton
Att: Parks and Leisure Services
655 Main Street
Moncton, NB
E1C 1E8