Seventy-one nominations from 27 sports have been received for the annual Halberg Sports awards.
There are 17 nominations for the Team of the Year Award including the Black Ferns, All Whites and Team New Zealand.
Those to make the Sportswoman of the Year award include last year's Supreme winner Lisa Carrington along with Amy Satterthwaite, Portia Woodman and Sarah Goss.
Those nominated for the Sportsman of the Year award include Tom Walsh, Kane Williamson, Beauden Barrett, Brendon Hartley and Michael Venus.
There are seven nominations for Disabled Sportsperson of the Year award including four-time winner Sophie Pascoe.
The Halberg Awards judges will make a shortlist of finalists in January with the awards ceremony on 8 February.
Full list of nominations for the 55th Halberg Awards:
Sportsman of the Year (eligible for the supreme Halberg Award)
Aaron Gate (Cycling), Aiken Hakes (Croquet), Beauden Barrett (Rugby Union), Brendon Hartley (Motorsport), Chris Wood (Football), Ethan Mitchell (Cycling), George Bennett (Cycling), Jason Wynyard (Wood Chopping), Joel Henare (Shearing Sports), John Kirkpatrick (Shearing Sports), Kane Williamson (Cricket), Michael Venus (Tennis), Peter Michael (Ice Speed Skating), Robbie Manson (Rowing), Sam Gaze (Cycling), Tom Walsh (Athletics).
High Performance Sport New Zealand Sportswoman of the Year (eligible for the supreme Halberg Award)
Ali Riley (Football), Amy Satterthwaite (Cricket), Annabelle Anderson (Stand Up Paddleboard), Gase Sanita (Mixed Martial Arts), Lisa Carrington (Canoe Racing), Portia Woodman (Rugby Union), Roisin Giles (Taekwon-Do), Sarah Goss (Rugby Union).
Halberg Disabled Sportsperson of the Year (eligible for the supreme Halberg Award)
Corey Peters (Para alpine skiing), Holly Robinson (Para athletics), Jessica Hamill (Para athletics), Keegan Pitcher (Para athletics), Sophie Pascoe (Para swimming), Stephen Hills (Para cycling), William Stedman (Para athletics).
Team of the Year (eligible for the supreme Halberg Award)
All Whites (Football), Black Ferns (Rugby Union), Black Ferns Sevens (Rugby Union), Black Sox (Softball), Brendon Hartley & Earl Bamber (Motorsport), Brooke Donoghue & Olivia Loe (Rowing), Emirates Team NZ (Yachting), Men's Double - Chris Harris & John Storey (Rowing), Men's Team Pursuit - Regan Gough, Pieter Bulling, Dylan Kennett, Nick Kergozou (Cycling), Men's Team Sprint - Eddie Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster (Cycling), NZ Shearing and Woolhandling Team (Shearing Sports), NZ International Taekwon-Do Team (Taekwon-Do), NZ Under 21 Team (Netball), Women's 49erFX - Alex Maloney and Molly Meech (Yachting), Women's Coxless Pair - Grace Prendergast & Kerri Gowler (Rowing), Women's K2 - Lisa Carrington & Caitlin Ryan (Canoe Racing), Women's Team Pursuit - Racquel Sheath, Rushlee Buchanan, Kirstie James, Jaime Nielsen, Michaela Drummond (Cycling).
Coach of the Year
Anthony Peden (Cycling), Dale Stevenson (Athletics), Gary Hay (Rowing), Glenn Moore (Rugby Union), Gordon Walker (Canoe Racing), Mark Sorenson (Softball), Murray Jones and Ray Davies (Yachting), Nathan Handley (Yachting), Simon Finnel (Cycling), Stu MacDonald (Para cycling).
Anna Leat (Football), Bianca Koper (Taekwon-Do), Chris Arbuthnott (Para swimming), Daniel Hillier (Golf), Ellesse Andrews (Cycling), Felix Webby (Croquet), Hannah Knighton (Triathlon), Josh Armit (Yachting), Kanah Andrews-Nahu (Olympic Weightlifting), Matthew MacDonald (Rowing), Nico Porteous (Freeski), Olivia McTaggart (Athletics), Tiana Metuarau (Netball).