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BMAA Awards and trophies



There are several trophies in the gift of the BMAA Council which are awarded annually during the BMAA AGM. As you can see, they recognise all sorts of different achievements in our sport, and many of them have legendary names engraved on them.
Click on the trophy for a list of previous winners. They are (in no particular order):
 
THE BMAA MEDAL "In recognition of long and distinguished service to microlighting"
 

THE CHAIRMANíS TROPHY (The gift of the BMAA Chairman) "For outstanding and heroic personal achievement"
 
STEVE HUNT MEMORIAL TROPHY Awarded for outstanding Microlight Achievement.
 

BRIAN COSGROVE AWARD Awarded to the sport's unsung Hero or Heroine

KEITH NEGAL TROPHY  Awarded "For getting things done"

ASHLEY DOUBTFIRE TROPHY Awarded for Services to Microlight Aviation (honourably retired in 2010)
 

THE PATRICIA ANNE TROPHY Awarded to any lady member who has distinguished herself in either flying or working for microlighting.
 

BMAA ENGINEERING TROPHY Awarded for the best non-professional design submission
 
BMAA PHOTOGRAPHIC TROPHY Awarded to the year's best photograph in the Microlight Flying photo competition
 

BMAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS includes:

  • John Holloway Trophy Awarded to the best organised Nationals Round
  • Class A (Solo)
  • Class B (Dual)
  • Novice Shield 
  • Paramotor champion

Non-BMAA awards

JOHN HUDSON TROPHY A North West Microlight Club award. For the overall winner(s) of the Round Britain Rally

This is currently with the North West Microlight Club.

 
To nominate a BMAA member for an award please follow the link and complete the form. LINK
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