AIPS Sport Media Awards 2020: Young Reporters Writing Longlist

  • February 06, 2021

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LAUSANNE, February 6, 2021 - AIPS is proud to announce the AIPS Sport Media Awards 2020 Young Reporters Writing Longlist in alphabetical order of country. Find out more about the voting stages here.

L'AIPS est heureux de vous annoncer la longue liste des nominés dans la catégorie production écrite jeune reporter dans l'ordre alphabétique de pays. Veuillez trouver plus d'informations sur les étapes du vote ICI

AIPS se complace en anunciar la lista preliminar de clasificados (longlist) en Jóvenes Reporteros Prensa Escrita, en orden alfabético por país. Más información sobre las etapas de votación acá

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Carolina Mitriani (Argentina), Micaela García: The femicide of an athlete who became a symbol of struggle - Radio Noba
Stefan Berndl (Austria), The last of its kind: when an Austrian made sports history -
Alia Alex Cizmic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), The gift and curse of Musa Juwara’s success -
Habonimana Fleurette (Burundi), The incredible story of «Maman Les Lierres» (78 years old), heart and mind of a football club in Burundi -
Caristan Isseri A Maben (Cameroon), Youssoufa Moukoko. The teenager who burns all the steps - Quotidien Le Jour
Rodrigo Huerta (Chile), The five hours of terror that a former Colo Colo lived through the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - AS Chile
Meng Wang (China), Running towards light-story of a cancer-riddled marathon runner - Xinhua News Agency
Zhou Yan (China), Wu Lei this year: learn from the past, pass the barrier and go through the calamity - Tencent Sports
Wufei Yu (China), China has amazing rock climbing. But will racism keep people away? - Outside Magazine
Boldizsár Balázs (Hungary) Luka Modric the innocent who rules - Eurosport Hungary
Aaryanshi Mohan (India), eSports and Olympics: evolutionary dilemma gets real in virtual world - NEWSClick
Baraah El Hasan (Lebanon), Football cries for the darkness of Beirut -
Christel Saneh (Lebanon), Embracing Beirut: how the city’s running community has coped with the trauma left in the tragic blas - World Athletics
Rytis Kazlauskas (Lithuania), Champion who disappeared. Tragic life story of American-Lithuanian basketball player - LRT
Omar Chraibi (Morocco), Casablanca in the time of corona, a city that breathes the "oxygen" of football despite pandemic restrictions - Assahifa
Merit Jay Abaianyam (Nigeria), The worst moment of my life: how sportspersons raised their voices against police brutality in Niger - Kelviano Media
Tolu Olasoji (Nigeria), Mending broken Nigerian talent - Mail and Guardian
Arslan Sheikh (Pakistan), ‘Coaches discussed abusing kids with pride’: The dark side of Pakistan sport - The Independent
Savva Timofeev (Russia), Natalya Yarygina: "First I fell in love with wrestling, then - with a wrestler" - Russian Olympic Committee
Lukas Vrablik (Slovak Republic), Hasek to the Castle! Dominik Hasek's foray into politics and where it may lead - The Athletic
Lorenz Köhler (South Africa), Inside Africa's Biggest Club: The Al Ahly Dynasty - Kick Off Magazine
Yanga Sibembe (South Africa), From Sterkspruit to Belarus: The story of Bambanani Mbane - Daily Maverick
Natalie Berry (UK), How LEGO helps a blind climber to Route-Read -
Ed Hardy (UK), An inside story on Imola, 1994 - F1's most tragic weekend ever! -
Connor O'Halloran (UK), The extraordinary Ed Jackson, a quadriplegic ex-rugby player who scaled Mount Everest at home - ESPN
Fiona Tomas (UK), The damaging effects of concussion on our sports women - The Telegraph, Women's Sport Monthly
Kobe Tong (UK), Olympics and the Holocaust: Remembering the sportspeople lost to the 'Final Solution' - GiveMeSport
George Ramsay (UK), “Go back to your country”: rugby star Maxime Mbanda recalls racist abuse - CNN International
Danielle Allentuck (USA), For 16 transgender hockey players, a groundbreaking weekend - The New York Times
Kai Dambach (USA), USA goalkeeper Zack Steffen on black lives matter: if you're silent, you're against us - Deutsche Welle
Ari Schneider (USA), Two climbers. Best friends. Only pne ticket to the Olympics - The New York Times
Farai Shawn Matiashe (Zimbabwe), Rugby saves school girls from child marriage in rural Zimbabwe - Thomson Reuters Foundation


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