Shortlist announcement for Photography Portfolio

  • March 29, 2023

LAUSANNE, March 30, 2023 - The AIPS Sport Media Awards are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Photography Portfolio 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:


Robert Cianflone (Australia), Action - Getty Images

Adam Pretty (Australia), Postcards from Munich: European Games 2022 - Getty Images

Cameron Spencer (Australia), Fleeting moments - Getty Images

Darrian Traynor (Australia), Hope spring eternal - Getty Images

Christian Bruna (Austria), Much more than a race - European Pressphoto Agency

Luiza Moraes (Brazil), Budapest 2022 FINA World Championships - FINA

Ying Li (China), Moments of 2022 Wimbledon Championships - Xinhua News Agency

Zhenbin Zhong (China), Football fans under the epidemic - Zhong Zhenbin

Luis Acosta (Colombia), Women in the Ancestral Indigenous games - Log Race - AFP

Luis Henry Agudelo Cano (Colombia), Suspended in time - Luishenry.agudelocano (Facebook)

Yamil Lage Acosta (Cuba), Santa Fe Surfs Club, wild and crazy - AFP

Michal Cerveny (Czech Republic), Mountain Bike World Cup 2022 -

Roman Vondrouš (Czech Republic), Olympic biathlon - Czech News Agency

Yuri Cortez (El Salvador), Torn boxing gloves aiming for gold medals - AFP

Lars Baron (Germany), Beijing Olympics - Getty Images

Alexander Hassenstein (Germany), Beijing 2022 Winter Alpine Paralympics - Getty Images

Peter Pobyjpicz (Germany), Coming home Munich Olympia 1972: Euro 2022 -

Istvan Derencsenyi (Hungary), High-light - Hungarian Swimming Federation

Mohammad Babaei (Iran), Iran’s female boxers eagerly waiting for permission -

Amin Mohammad Jamali (Iran), Drawing thoughts of athletes - Getty Images

Maryam Majd (Iran), Mother's kindness in the half time - Getty Images

Dario Belingheri (Italy), Cycling and its beauties - Getty Images

Giorgio Perottino (Italy), Icarus - Deepbluemedia

Annice Lyn (Malaysia), The Cutting Edge - Getty Images

Scott Barbour (New Zealand), Let there be light - Scott Barbour Photography

Hannah Peters (New Zealand), Rugby - Getty Images

Bartlomiej Zborowski (Poland), Sunrun - Bartlomiej Zborowski (Instagram)

Alexey Filippov (Russia), Beijing 2022 - RIA Novosti

Natalia Gorshkova (Russia), Pirates of the Siberian - RIA Novosti

Andrej Isakovic (Serbia), The Athletic Year – AFP

Victor Fraile (Spain), AFC Champions League 2022: Match Storm Day - Power Sport Images

Felix Sanchez Arrazola (Spain), World Record -

Patrick B. Kraemer (Switzerland), Sport 2022 - Magicpbk and Keystone-SDA

Stefan Wermuth (Switzerland), Commonwealth Games Diving - Reuters

Ali Haj Suleiman (Syria), Post-war parkour - @Alihajsuleiman (Instagram)

Hassan Wamwayi (Uganda), The Nile special rugby 7's – Next Media

Mykola Synelnykov (Ukraine), Stop War -

Clive Brunskill (UK), Winners, losers & record breakers! - Getty Images

Paul Ellis (UK), Paul Ellis - AFP

Julian Finney (UK), Brutal Sliding - Getty Images

Clive Mason (UK), Formula One - Getty Images

Patrick McCann (UK), The Horse - Racing Post

Oliver Scarff (UK), Anita Alvarez Rescue - AFP

Justin Setterfield (UK), Sports Portfolio - Getty Images

Ezra Shaw (USA), Flying and Sliding - Getty Images

Patrick Smith (USA), Winter Warriors: The Beijing Olympics - Getty Images

Miguel Gutierrez (Venezuela), Without Justification - Agencia EFE

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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