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Guy Midure, certified athletic trainer at Clearview Regional School District, has been named the regional nominee for The Newell 2018 National Athletic Trainer of the Year Award. As the regional nominee, Midure will advance on to join other regional nominees from across the nation to be considered The Newell Award 2018 National Athletic Trainer of the Year which will be announced in the Spring of 2018.

In partnership with Reconstructive Orthopedics and other expert orthopedic practices nationwide, The Newell National Athletic Trainer of the Year Award recognizes athletic trainers for the service and leadership they provide local athletic communities. Based on examples of service, leadership and shared experiences from community members, nominees for The Newell National Athletic Trainer of the Year Award are chosen regionally. Midure’s regional nomination for the National Award is affirmed by the multitude of community members’ shared experiences submitted in support of his nomination. 

“The outpouring of support from community members on Mr. Midure’s behalf has been tremendous and certainly well-deserved,” says Dr. Brad Bernardini, sports medicine surgeon with Reconstructive Orthopedics. “We feel honored to acknowledge his efforts by partnering with The Newell Award to recognize the region’s top athletic trainers for the service and leadership they display while treating our community athletes.”

A certified local athletic trainer for the community and Clearview Regional School District, Midure received his undergraduate degree in health, physical education, recreation and dance from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is extremely involved in the athletic training community, caring for injured athletes and educating future athletic trainers through his work.

In addition to Midure, there were several other exceptional candidates considered for regional nomination for The Newell 2018 National Athletic Trainer of the Year Award, including Kevin Briles of Delsea Regional School District and Jim McHugh of Rancocas Valley Regional High School. 

“The testimonials received on behalf of all the candidates demonstrate how fortunate we are at Reconstructive Orthopedics to work with such an incredible group of medical professionals,” continues Dr. Bernardini. “It is also a reminder to our communities how lucky we are to have them on the sidelines for our student athletes.” 

To learn more about The Newell Award, visit TheNewellAward.com/ReconstructiveOrtho.