Scotland’s sporting heroes have excelled at home and across the globe in 2018.
But which of our sporting stars shone the brightest for you?
Which eye-catching performance on the world stage inspired you?
Who has made a big contribution to developing sport in your community?
The Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards recognise excellence throughout Scottish sport and the 2018 ceremony will take place on 6 December at the Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow.
The nominations deadline is fast approaching - we need your suggestions by 1 October 2018.
Chief executive of sportscotland, Stewart Harris, said: “Once again it has been a momentous 12 months for the sporting system in Scotland and the Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sport Awards provides us with the perfect opportunity to reflect on many achievements of the past year.
“In communities across the country the transformative power of sport is in evidence on a daily basis, not least through our network of 192 community sport hubs and the national Active Schools programme, which are creating real opportunities for people of all ages to become involved in sport.
“The Scottish Sport Awards will shine a light on the successes of the past year, from the tireless work of volunteers and coaches in local communities right through to the performance of Scotland’s top athletes and sports stars on the global stage. It will be another night to remember.”
So how do I nominate?
Simply click on this link to enter details of your nominations for the various awards.
And how can I book tickets for the ceremony?
Click on this link to kick-start your reservation for the glittering awards night in Glasgow on 6 December.
What are the categories?
- Scottish Sports Personality
- Coach/Manager of the Year
- Young Sports Personality
- Local Hero Award
- Local Club of the Year
- Disability Sports Award
- School Sport Award
- Team of the Year
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Sporting Event of the Year
- Inspirational Performance
- Editor's Choice Award
Who won last year?
Sammi Kinghorn, Paul Lawrie, Brendan Rodgers and Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club (right) were among the big winners in 2017.
Find out more
You can follow the conversation on social media over the coming months using the hashtag #ScottishSportsAwards.