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Hannah Stillwell, Isabella Gouthro, and Jessie Niet are the Cleve’s Source for Sports Sportsmanship Award recipients for April 2021.  

Swimmer, Hannah Stillwell has put her all into the sport despite tough times at home after her mother suffered a heart attack. She maintains a positive attitude and keeps up with her skills training. Her bright outlook and hard work ethic make her a positive role model for her teammates and her strength is admirable.  

Isabella Gouthro of the Truro Lions Track and Field Club is the first to cheer on teammates, start warmups, and boosts morale. She is quick to support those who appear to be struggling, and has a hug for anyone who wants one. During the peak of the pandemic, she encouraged others to participate in at-home Zoom workouts and her positivity hasn’t stopped since sport returned in July. Isabella’s uplifting, can-do attitude inspires everyone she meets.  

Karate athlete, Jesse Niet demonstrates sportsmanship by continually giving back to her club through assisting the younger kids. She is always is there to provide encouragement and feedback and helps guide them to success in local tournaments. In March, Jesse displayed her determination to perform when she competed in the 2nd Pacific Karate E-Championship, placing first in the 16 and up women’s advanced kata and second in the 16/17 girl’s elite kata.  

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