Athletes celebrated for their achievements in 2020
For obvious reasons the ceremony was held completely online this week with over 115 people tuning into a live Zoom presentation.
Groups gathered around screens offering silent applause along the way as each of the awards were announced.
In all, 43 awards were made in 25 categories while seven sports bursaries were also granted.
Amongst those celebrating was Glenrothes swimmer Katie Pake who collected the Junior Sports Person of the Year – Aileen Harper Award. Robert Anderson, also from Glenrothes, was announced Badminton Player of the Year, collecting the John Hick Cup.
The town’s Lucy Walkup won the Emerging Coach of the Year – Ann Swann Award, along with Gabby Doig.
Also winning on the night, collecting the GOGA in Fife Award supported by Spirit of 2012 - Volunteer of the Year – was Adam Faulds, also from Glenrothes.
STV Junior Bursaries were presented to Katie Pake, Cameron Adam, Finlay Davidson, Zoe McNulty, Tyler McLelland and Christina Murray.
Martin Lee from Balmullo became the 18th member to be inducted into the Disability Sport Fife Hall of Fame for services to Great Britain Deaf swimming and achievements at Deaflympics.
Wheelchair Athlete of the Year – The Ian McNab Memorial Trophy - was presented to Tyler McLelland from Windygates.
Richard Brickley OBE MBE, chairman of DSF said: “We had over 90 nominations last year, indicating how the annual awards have grown in popularity.
"All nominations were made through Facebook during these challenging times.
"Thank you to Caroline Lyon and Mark Gaffney at Scottish Disability Sport who assisted with the Zoom presentation and Norma Buchanan, DSF coordinator, who helped with the awards planning as always.
"Thank you to all those families and significant others who facilitated the attendance of an excellent number of athlete members at the awards evening.”
A full list of winners from the evening is available on the Disability Sport Fife Facebook page.