Video Short Feature – Shortlist announcement

  • March 25, 2022

AIPS Media

LAUSANNE, March 25, 2022 - The AIPS Sport Media Awards are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Video Short Feature category.

The shortlist represents the second judging stage and is based on the most selected works performed by the AIPS Executive Committee members.

Here are the selected works, in alphabetical order of country.


Gabriela Martín (Argentina), Olympic podiums: Collective joy - La Voz del Interior

Philipp Maschl (Austria), Home game: Europe on the ball – ORF

Heidi Iro (Austria), Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis – Redbull TV

Fanny Stapf (Austria), Hard work, no money: Playing football for nothing but fresh air – ORF

Eduardo Rachelle (Brazil), Dream of a little boy: Dishtowels seller got autograph from Neymar – RBS TV / Globo eSporte

Yang Liu (China), Never yield to fate – Xinhua News Agency

Wen Shu (China), 4,000-year-old "Olympic Games" on rocks | Wudang kids – Xinhua News Agency

Ranran Yue (China), When the odds are stacked against you – Xinhua News Agency

Jimmy Cuadros (Colombia), Anthony Zambrano: a story of fighting, sacrifice, sweat and speed – RTVC Sistemas de Medios Públicos

Nicklas Vinde (Denmark), Handball diaries: Camila Micijevic – EHF

Julien Ababsa (France), Always get up – France TV

Emeline Nsingi Nkosi (France), Extreme E: "We wanted to do a race dedicated to the ocean" – BBC Sport Africa

Babacar Diarra (France), The Comoros at CAN, it's a dream! – BBC

Paul Woods-Turley (Germany), Olympic state of body – Olympic Channel

Maziyar Koupidar (Iran), Lost dreams: Story of four Afghan sisters - Maziyar Koupidar YouTube

Jonathan Taylor (Ireland), From the top: Olympians and rockstars – Olympic Channel

Vandna Dhand (India), The roller-skating star who beat intellectual disability to be a world champion – BBC News

Rabee Adwan (Jordan), Omar Qaradah jumps to the top without legs – Rabee Adwan YouTube

Moses Wakhisi (Kenya), Racing to death: A risky affair for the Kenyan track athletes – KTN News

Badih Chayban (Lebanon), Ishita Malaviya: India's first woman surfer – Olympic Channel

Zulhelmi Zainal Azam (Malaysia), Why me? – Astro Arena

Eduardo Benavides (Mexico), This ball is here to stay – Sistema Zacatecano de Radio y Televisión

Nadeem Khan (Pakistan), A Girl disguised as a Boy to live her dream – Daily Aljazeera Quetta

Mariano Amiune (Spain), Neymar Jr: A shot to heal a nation, Wait for it – Olympic Channel

Nuria Ruano (Spain), Halfpipe hype: The joy of riding – Olympic Channel

Antonio Nieto Moreno (Spain), Sandra Sanchez, kata after kata: The karateka who was ostracised for being by her mother's side and who has returned to fight for the Olympic gold – El País

Eduardo Rivas (Uruguay), Maracanã, the hidden treasure – Canal 4

Olivia Nakate (Uganda), Restoring the lost glory – Urban TV

Don Riddell (UK), How boxing is changing the way society looks at women in Gaza – CNN

Marissa Boyajian (USA), Dear Cammy – NBC

David Picker (USA), A shared pastime – NBC Sports

Rachel Goodman (USA), Vision as one – NBC

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT – The three remaining voting stages will be conducted by the Jury - 12 respected members from the sport media industry representing the five continents. They will first select the top 10 (finalists) and then the top 3 (podium nominees)

The final ceremony will take place in May in Europe, date and location still to be confirmed following the evolution of the pandemic.

To know more about the judging method and the AIPS Sport Media Awards 2021, click here.

Stay tuned for the rest of the shortlists!


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