Nominate an Athletic Trainer for the 2024 Perry Weather AT Excellence Award!


Nominate an Athletic Trainer for the 2024 Perry Weather AT Excellence Award!

Mar 5, 2024
Written by
Evan Benet

2024 Perry Weather AT Excellence Award

Perry Weather, a leading weather monitoring platform and advocate for athletic safety and well-being, is proud to announce the Second Annual Perry Weather Athletic Trainer Excellence Award. This prestigious award honors the remarkable contributions of athletic trainers who play a critical role in keeping athletes safe, healthy, and performing at their best.

“We are thrilled to recognize the champions of sports medicine who tirelessly work behind the scenes to ensure athlete well-being. This award celebrates their commitment, leadership, and the impact they have on athletes at all levels.”

Colin Perry, CEO, Perry Weather

Athletic trainers are the unsung heroes of sports medicine, demonstrating unwavering dedication, expertise, and commitment to their profession. The Perry Weather Athletic Trainer Excellence Award seeks to shine a light on these champions of sports medicine and celebrate their contributions.

Do you know an Athletic Trainer who goes above and beyond?

We encourage individuals from all corners of the athletic community to nominate exceptional athletic trainers who embody the following qualities:

  • Years of Service
  • Exemplary Level of Patient Health Care
  • Elevation of the Athletic Training Profession
  • Description/story of why your nominee should be considered
  • Number of votes the Nominee receives

Perry Weather will donate $2,000.00 to the winner’s preferred sports medicine scholarship fund, to foster the growth and advancement of this remarkable profession

Nominate an Athletic Trainer Today

Building on Last Year’s Success

In 2023, the inaugural Perry Weather AT Excellence Award was presented to David Csillan, a veteran athletic trainer with 37 years of experience working at The Hun School of Princeton in New Jersey.

Over his illustrious career, David has worked closely with the Korey Stringer Institute (KSI), Special Olympics, and USA Football, as well as state lawmakers to develop and implement health and safety policies into law.

He was recognized for his pioneering work on exertional heat stroke prevention and for co-authoring essential NATA guides including the “Pre-Season Heat Acclimatization Guidelines for Secondary School Athletics”.

Join Us in Celebrating Excellence

We invite you to join us in celebrating athletic trainers by spreading the word and sharing this email with your colleagues, athletic directors, and school principals. Together, let’s honor the true heroes of sports medicine and show our appreciation for their tireless efforts.

Nomination Deadline: March 31, 2024

For more information and to submit your nomination, please click here

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