If you're sitting at home wondering what to do with your day, there's no better time to nominate someone you know for a sport award.
South West Sport is calling for nominations for its Amazon Sports Star Awards.
The organisation has postponed its formal presentation dinner which was scheduled for Friday May 29 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
But nominations are now open indefinitely, giving people ample chance to submit an entry.
SWS program support officer Marli Blackney-Noter said the organisation had received about 50 entries and had an influx since the COVID-19 restrictions kicked in.
"We'd love as many nominations as possible to recognise as many people as we can," she said.
Blackney-Noter said the online form was user-friendly.
"We definitely encourage people to sit down and nominate anyone they feel has achieved outstanding results in 2019," she said.
Blackney-Noter is excited by the prospect of finding "gold nugget" sports stories.
That is, people that may have achieved something outstanding but may not have been recognised on a large scale.
SWS wants to hear about grassroots success stories as much as elite performances.
There are 14 awards up for grabs, 12 of which are open to nominations.
The awards not open for nominations are the new Supreme Sportsperson of the Year award and the Chairpersons Award.
The supreme sportsperson will be selected from the pool of all the individual athlete category winners.
The Chairpersons Award recognises an athlete who has left the region and achieved outstanding results.
Otherwise, the awards cover sportspeople and groups in the south-west which includes Warrnambool City, Corangamite Shire, Moyne Shire, Glenelg Shire and the Southern Grampians Shire.
Achievements must have happened between January 1 and December 31, 2019.
Blackney-Noter said SWS would still like to have a formal presentation night but was waiting to see what happened with the coronavirus pandemic.
If that can't go ahead, the organisation is open to the idea of a virtual ceremony.
To nominate, follow this link.
Our COVID-19 news articles relating to public health and safety are free for anyone to access. However, we depend on subscription revenue to support our journalism. If you are able, please subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support.