Jack Kelly Fair Play Award
The Jack Kelly Fair Play Award was established by the United States Olympic Committee in 1985 to honor the late USOC President Jack Kelly Jr. The award is presented to an athlete, team, coach or official in recognition of an outstanding act of fair play and sportsmanship displayed during the past year.
Fair play can be described as an athlete who is dedicated to playing fair, obeys the rules, and upholds the spirit of the game. Sportsmanship is an athlete whose conduct and attitude demonstrate gracious behavior before, during, and after competition.
Nominees are now being sought for this distinguished honor, which will be officially presented during the 2013 U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Assembly in Colorado Springs, Colo., October 11, 2013. Please use the attached form to nominate a deserving individual from your organization for this award. Nomination deadline is Monday, June 17, 2013
Please contact Cindy Stinger at 719-866-4989 or email@example.com if you have any questions about the nomination process or award.
USA Table Tennis was proud to have Steve Pupel selected as the award winner in 2010! Read more about Steve's great sportsmanship.
- Table Tennis player Steve Pupel honored by U.S. Olympic Committee for sportsmanship
- 2010 Official USOC Announcement - Steve Pupel