Christchurch Paralympic swimmer Sophie Pascoe scooped the awards pool at last night's Canterbury sports awards.
Pascoe, 19, won three awards, including the overall supreme sportsperson of the year award after her medal-winning feats at the London Paralympics in August and September. She won three gold and three silver medals.
She also won the sportswoman of the year crown and the title for the person or team with a disability.
It was her second supreme award, following one in 2009 after her success at the Beijing Paralympics.
FULL LIST OF WINNERS
NOVO Advertising and Design Administrator of the Year: Alan Tucker - Athletics
Christchurch City Council Sports Club of the Year: Christchurch School of Gymnastics - Gymsports
UC Education Sports Coach of the Year: Roly Crichton - Swimming
Lincoln University Junior Team of the Year: St Margaret's College Rowing Team - Rowing
Gary Cockram Hyundai Official of the Year: Nigel Iggo - Hockey
CPIT Science of Sport Award: Mark Hollands - Bike
The Press Sportsman of the Year: Richie McCaw - Rugby Union
Canterbury Community Trust Sportsperson or Team with a Disability of the Year: Sophie Pascoe - Swimming
Action Indoor Sports Stadiums Sportswoman of the Year: Sophie Pascoe - Swimming
Canterbury Orthopaedic Services Trust Team of the Year: Canterbury Cats- Hockey
SBS Bank Young Sportsman of the Year: Anton Cooper - Bike
New Zealand Institute of Sport Young Sportswoman of the Year: Sophia Batchelor - Swimming
Christchurch City Council Sports Event of the Year: ISPS Handa NZ Women's Open - Golf
Young Hunter Lifetime Achievement Awards: Bryan Kerr - Athletics, Bruce Martin - Basketball, Derek Johnson - Football, Avril Enslow - Gymsports, John Turner - Hockey, Trish Flanagan - Marching, David Rhodes - Rugby Union, Paul Growcott - Squash, Lindsay Sneddon - Surf Life Saving, David Munro - Tennis.
Sir Richard Hadlee Supreme Sportsperson on of the Year: Sophie Pascoe -Swimming.
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