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About the awards
The 2022 Victorian School Sports Awards, which recognise excellence across all categories of major school sports, were announced on Monday 3 April 2023.
Watch our video to find out what the Victorian School Sports Awards are all .
Victorian School Sports Awards 2022
A total of 41 awards - including 34 Sporting Blue Awards - were presented to recognise government school students who excelled in their chosen sport, and to teachers who made an outstanding contribution to school sport in 2022.
Champion Australian marathon runner and Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Steve Moneghetti AM, facilitated the awards ceremony attended by 200 guests. 2022 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist, Abbey Caldwell, presented award recipients with their awards.
Among the 41 award recipients were Nicholas Lum from Virtual School Victoria, who achieved number 1 position in the 2022 Under 17 table tennis world rankings. Shih-Yuan Lim from Serpell Primary School was also recognised as the youngest player in the 2022 Under 15 National Badminton Championships. Both were presented with Outstanding Sporting Achievement Awards for their exceptional commitment to their sporting pursuits in 2022.
Jack Howell from Kambrya College received the Lindsay Gaze Outstanding Sports Leadership Award for his exceptional contribution to sport and community. Jack is a para-triathlete who successfully competed throughout 2022 in national and international para and mainstream triathlons. Jack inspires and encourages other young people to participate in sport through his many ambassador, volunteer and community speaking roles; including with the Variety Children’s Charity, the AMP Camp which is a national camp for amputee teens, and through regular school talks.
These videos of these three exceptional young athletes were played at the ceremony.
Find out more
For a full list of award winners, and information about how to nominate for the 2023 Victorian School Sports Awards, visit School Sport .
Reviewed 04 April 2023