The first 'On Camp with Kelly' Achievement Awards were presented in 2007 to nine athletes who represented the Aviva GB & NI Team at international age group championships. Three athletes – Charlotte Best, Emma Jackson and Alison Leonard – received Outstanding Achievement Awards for their medal winning performances, while the six others received Excellent Achievement Awards.
In 2008 Coaching Achievement Awards were introduced, with Mick Woods being recognised as the first OCWK Coach of the Year. One of the athletes he coaches, Emma Pallant, received an Outstanding Achievement Award for her medal winning performance at the IAAF World Junior Championships while three other athletes selected for international age group championships, and their coaches, received Excellent Achievement Awards.
In 2009 a total of 17 athletes selected for the Aviva GB & NI Team for international championships were recognised with Achievement Awards. Six athletes – Kate Avery, James Brewer, Rowena Cole, Simon Horsfield, Charlotte Purdue and Louise Small – who won medals at these events received Outstanding Achievement Awards and their coaches Coaching Achievement Awards. Mick Woods, who coaches three of the athletes, was named Coach of the Year for the second year in a row. The 11 other athletes received Excellent Achievement Awards.
In 2010 three athletes received Outstanding Achievement Awards in recognition of their top five finishes at the Commonwealth Games - Hannah England, Emma Jackson and Charlotte Purdue. Hannah's coach Bud Baldaro was named Coach of the Year and Emma's coach Alan Morris and Charlotte's coach Mick Woods both received Coaching Achievement Awards. Five other athletes received Excellent Achievement Awards in recognition of their selection for the Aviva GB & NI Team for international championships.
In 2011 Hannah England was named Athlete of the Year following her outstanding performance to win the silver medal in the 1500m at the IAAF World Championships and her coach Bud Baldaro Coach of the Year. Outstanding Achievement Awards were presented to Rowena Cole, Emma Jackson and Stevie Stockton and their coaches received Coaching Achievement Awards. Five other athletes received Excellent Achievement Awards in recognition of their performances at international championships.
The 2012 Athlete of the Year Award went to Non Stanford, ITU World Under 23 Triathlon Champion. The Outstanding Achievement Awards went to Hannah England and Laura Weightman for becoming the first two OCWK athletes to be selected for an Olympic Games. Their respective coaches Malcolm Brown (Non Stanford), Steve Cram (Laura Weightman) and Bud Baldaro (Hannah England) were honoured with the Coach Achievement Awards. Four athletes received Excellent Achievement Awards in recognition of their selection for the Aviva GB & NI Team for international championships.