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Remember this post about raising athletes with a better set of morals and convictions? Now here's a chance to celebrate your honorable athlete. Do you know a young athlete who excels on the field, in the classroom and in service to his/her community? Sports Illustrated Kids is seeking nominations for their 2010 SportsKid of The Year, who will be featured on their December cover, honored at SI'??s annual Sportsman of the Year award celebration in New York City and appear on Cartoon Network'??s first-ever '??Hall of Game'? Awards Show in early 2011.

To nominate a young athlete (ages 7 to 15) go to SIKIDS.com/SKOTY10 by September 1 and share why they deserve to be this year'??s SportsKid of The Year. The Top Ten will be selected by the SI Kids edit staff and three finalists will be chosen by votes from visitors to SIKIDS.com between October 11 and October 18. The SI Kids edit team will then select the 2010 SportsKid of The Year. Here's to parenting the next generation of athletes that will make us proud.

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