LAUSANNE, May 14, 2022 – With less than one month left until the celebration of world’s sport media excellence, AIPS is proud to announce the names of the top ten journalists who competed in the Young Reporter Photography, Young Reporters Broadcasting and Young reporters Writing categories of the Fourth edition of the AIPS Sport Media Awards. The chosen journalists passed a strict selection and will be on the roster of the potential finalists, expecting the three names to be unveiled on May, 23.
The list may contain more than 10 journalists because of ties in the voting.
The lists, published in alphabetical order by surname, are now available:
Young Reporters Photography
Abjoushak Mohammad Javad (Iran), Flight – Mizan.news Allison Joe (New Zealand), Eyes on the ball – Getty Images Arnoul Matteo (Italy), From another perspective – L’Eco del Chisone Galica Andrej (Slovak Republic), Olympic focus – Slovak olympic and sports committee Laurindo Yuri (Brazil), The Juliet on the face reflects a boy’s dream – The Players Tribune Moraes Luiza (Brazil), Messi’s first title with Argentina – Instagram – Copaamerica Ozbot Mattia (Italy), Stadiums closed party open – Getty Images Saneh Christel (Lebanon), Yulimar Rojas during her World Record Jump in Tokyo 2020 – Instagram – Christelsaneh Schroetter Florian (Austria), Lightning strikes – AP Images Szilágyi Anna (Hungary), Like whales – Instagram – szilagyi_anna_ Xiaoyu Zhang (China), Finally it starts – Xinhua News Agency Zeinali Alireza (Iran), Human catapult – Footballi.net Zhong Zhenbin (China), Dangerous action – Sports.sina.com.cn
Young Reporters Broadcasting
Abdallah Chikawe Fatma (Tanzania), A woman has an equal rights of playing football even if she comes from countries that practice Islam – Azam TV Alekseeva Lada (Russia), The most amazing fan of Fernando Torres – Match TV Anugwolu Chidiebere (Nigeria), Documentary: Social media footballer – Nigeria Info FM Francis Hema (Ghana), Against all odds: Pra babies hoping to make it through adversity – 3 SPORTS Kimathi Kelvin (Kenya), Margaret Nyairera: Kenya’s athlete battle with depression and trans-gender stigma – K24 TV Ofori Sakyibea (Ghana), Meet Anatu Sadat: Ghana’s hijab wearing football sensation – TV3 Network Limited Ghana Rathgeb Thomas (Austria), Car racing without borders: A portrait of Benjamin Doppelreiter – OrfSportPlus Sih Clarisse (Cameroon), For the love of the nation – Cameroon Radio and Television Vas’kovs’ka Alla (Ukraine), Winter mountains. Two climbs to the top of Hoverla – PravdaTUT Lviv Vazquez Mateo (Uruguay), Lucas Rocha, the Plaza Colonia fan who celebrated despite the pandemic – El Pais
Young Reporters Writing
Church Benjamin (UK), Dying for peace: Afghanistan’s first female Olympian says women will not give up their liberties easily – Cnn.com Encarnacion Jose (Puerto Rico), Camarero racecourse: a money machine that runs on injured and abused horses – Centro de Periodismo Investigativo Gacharira Samuel (Kenya), Amy Lasu: Shining hope for South Sudanese football – Nation.africa Jain Sanket (India), In Kolhapur: Wrestlers’ diets, weighty problems – Ruralindiaonline.org Jerovsek Daniel (Austria), Power women: The feminine side of strength – Kleine Zeitung Mcelwee Molly (UK), Special investigation: The whistleblowers driving Sport’s #MeToo movement – The Telegraph Powell Jackie (USA), The WNBA is finally catching up on mental health – Sports Illustrated Ramsay George (UK), Depression drove her close to suicide. Now, Olympian Raven Saunders wants to ‘destigmatize mental health’ – Cnn.com Schauhuber Martin (Austria), My friend who swam himself into a coma – Der Standard Ulriksen Skogseth Trygve (Norway), Peter Karlsson: The painful verdict on Swedish ice hockey player’s 1995 killing – Bbc.com Yu Wufei (China), From subculture to mainstream: Rock climbing’s rise in China – Supchina.com