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2014 USA Triathlon Multisport Awards

USA Triathlon would like to recognize those who fueled the multisport lifestyle in the 2014 season. 

The nomination process is now closed. Nominations were accepted until February 28, 2015. Look for the Multisport Award recipients to be announced in USA Triathlon's e-newsletter Multisport Zone in April 2015.

Past award winners are not eligible for nomination. Past honorable mention recipients are eligible.

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USA Triathlon will be recognizing those who fueled the multisport lifestyle in the 2014 season.

There are six categories, representing the Multisport Lifestyles:

Volunteer of the Year Award

Jeff Jewell Spirit Award

Military Sport Award

Most Inspirational Comeback Award

Spirit of Multisport Award

Lifetime Achievement Award

Award winners will be honored at the Athlete and Multisport Awards Banquet in Milwaukee, Wis., on August 6, 2015, in conjunction with the USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships. The special ceremony will welcome these winners at the Pier Wisconsin at Discovery World. Click here to register for the banquet.

About the USA Triathlon Multisport Awards

This award recognizes an individual or organization whose volunteer leadership in the multisport movement has been transformative and who has mobilized and unified athletes, programs and organizations that improve the events, youth or others affiliated with the sport. 

This award honors Jeff Jewell, a massage therapist for Team USA from 2001-2009, active triathlete and devoted USA Triathlon annual member.  He lost his battle with brain cancer on November 15, 2010.  He was one of life’s biggest cheerleaders and was an inspiration to everyone he met. The recipient of this award is someone who truly embodies the spirit of Jeff Jewell.

This award recognizes the multisport successes achieved by the men and women of the US Armed Forces.

This award recognizes athletes who have made a comeback to the sport after a traumatic or troublesome personal situation.

This award recognizes those individuals who illustrate the principles of the positive spirit of the sport as displayed through acts of sportsmanship and leadership in multisport, with no deference to athletic ability.

This award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to USA Triathlon and the multisport lifestyle.  These contributions, whether they have been in performance, leadership, volunteerism or mentorship, must demonstrate impact on the multisport lifestyle and support an extended commitment to the sport.