The third annual British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards took place on Saturday 18th March 2017 at the London Hilton, Park Lane, London. The ceremony was hosted by Sir Lenny Henry and attended by over 800 guests.
The complete list of winners at the 2017 Lycamobile BEDSAs were as follows:
Youth Sport Trust Young Sports Person of the Year
British Army Unsung Hero
Inderpal Singh Cheema
Sport England Community Sports Project of the Year
England Athletics Coach of the Year
Spirit of 2012 Connecting Communities
Al Madina Centre
Mind Wellbeing Award
Tennis Foundation Special Achievement
FA Recognition Award
UK Sport Inspirational Performance
Sporting Equals Sportswoman of the Year
Lycamobile Sportsman of the Year
Sir Mo Farah
Lifetime Achievement Award
Jason Robinson OBE
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