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Nicholas Gentleman, Ryan O’Neil, and Georgia Goodrick are the Cleve’s Source for Sports Sportsmanship Award recipients for March 2021. 

Goalball player, Nicholas Gentleman has been working hard to help all players continue to participate in practice by volunteering every Saturday at both youth and recreational programs. Nicholas’s dedication is an example to all other players. This month, he is attending a nine-day national team training camp and plans to share the skills and drills he will learn with goal ballers at home upon his return.

Ryan O’Neil is one of two athletes selected from the Atlantic region to represent Canada at a June 2021 Olympic qualifier tournament in Paris. This achievement shows determination coming at a time most Canadian international karate athletes are in provinces with larger athlete pools to train against. Ryan inspires other provincial athletes by inviting them into personal training sessions with his coach, to enhance their skills in the sport and help bring them to the next level.  

Ringette player, Georgia Goodrick lost her father, George Goodrick (also known as ‘ringette dad’) to cancer on February 24. Georgia’s coaches and teammates are incredibly proud and inspired by the strength she has shown over the past few months as her father battled cancer. Georgia’s coaches would also like to recognize the team for showing initiative and working together to show their love and support for their teammate and ringette family. 

Quick Facts  

Athlete of the Month  

  •  The Cleve’s Source for Sports Athlete of the Month program is administered by Sport Nova Scotia.  
  • Provincial sport organization members are eligible to nominate athletes for these awards.  
  • The Athlete of the Month Sportsmanship Award is for the athlete(s) who went above and beyond for their teammates during the pandemic.  
  • A membership committee selects the award recipients.   
  • For more information about the awards, please visit  

Sport Nova Scotia  

Sport Nova Scotia is a voice for amateur sport that promotes the benefits of health, personal development, and achievement of all participants. We’re a non-profit, non-government organization representing approximately 60 provincial sport organizations and more than 160,00- member Nova Scotians.  



Sarah Jackson   

Communication Coordinator,   

Sport Nova Scotia