Shortlist announcement for Video Short Feature

  • March 27, 2023

LAUSANNE, March 27, 2023 - 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 preferences of the AIPS Executive Committee members.

Find out more about the judging stages here.

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


Omar Boudi, Zoheir Boudi (Algeria), Ramadan and football - Echorouk TV

David Mark (Australia), “He took away the one thing I loved”: Allegations of child sexual assault in rock climbing - ABC

Adam Pretty (Australia), Bo Kramer - Getty Images

Camila Alves (Brazil), In a letter to her son, Cristiane recalls tough childhood and ambitions: “Why am I going to stop dreaming” - Grupo Globo

Bryan Eneas, Dan Plaster (Canada), Golden opportunity - CBC Saskatchewan

Zhuang Wu (China), The Olympic dream of a Beijing ice hockey girl - Xinhua

Daniel Lacko (Croatia), Athlete's heart: Paula Novina - Croatian National Television

Jürgen Schmidt (Germany), Markus Wasmeiers and his recipe for success - double Olympic champion in 1994 - ARD-Sportschau

Maziyar Koopidar (Iran), I'm a girl, I'm a boy - YouTube

Movahed Tarimoradi (Iran), Children of the furnace – YouTube

Fadi Hejazi (Palestine), Bilal Al-Hattab - A young man with Down syndrome leads the masses in the Gaza League - Shehab News Agency

Nuria Ruano (Spain), Kevin Rolland: France’s spectacular freestyle skier – Olympic Channel

Pedro Temboury Entrena (Spain), Drop in with Marcelo Lusardi - Olympic Channel

Andrew Binner (UK), Nimroy Turgott: Jamaica didn't win a medal, but we won a lot of hearts – (Digital)

Nick Hope (UK), Leah Hayes - records, representation and life as an Alopecia role model - FINA (YouTube)

Matthew Kynaston (UK), Maram - a butterfly moving between flowers - The National

Don Riddell (UK), Afghan women footballers who fled Taliban want to be a voice for the voiceless - CNN

Al Bello (USA), The trailblazer - Getty Images

Marissa Boyajian (USA), The house that Jeff built - NBC Sports

David Swartz (USA), A face for her people: Rosalie Fish - CBS Sports


WHAT HAPPENS NEXT Following this shortlist, we will announce the top 10 and subsequently the finalists.

The final ceremony will take place in Seoul on May 9, 2023.

Stay tuned for the rest of the shortlists!


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