These are UK based awards presented by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) annually in the month of December.
"BBC Sports Personality of the Year" is the main award of BBC and is presented to the best sportsperson of the United Kingdom who has achieved the most that year concerning sporting performances. Public voting selects the winner.
This is an award presented by BBC to a non-British sportsperson who is considered to have made a most valuable contribution to his/her sport in that year.
This award is presented to the most successful coach of a British sports team who has made the most substantial contribution to the sport that year, based on his/her players' performances.
This award is named after BBC sports presenter "Helen Rollason," who died at the age of 43 after suffering from cancer. This honor is presented to the sportsperson who has made a notable achievement fighting from the adversity that year.
BBC presents this accolade to a sportsperson who has made a significant impact on the world of sports during their lifetime irrespective of their nationality.
BBC bestows this award to a UK based team in an individual sport that is recognized to have made the most outstanding performance in that calendar year.
This is an honor presented for the most substantial yet unrecognized voluntary efforts made by a sportsperson (aged 16 and above) for the welfare of a sport or an individual or community.
BBC presents this award to a young sportsperson of UK (aged 16 or under) who has made an outstanding achievement in that calendar year based on his/her sporting performance.