LAUSANNE, May 28, 2019 - What a season! With sport there’s always a story. And with a story, there’s a potential submission for the AIPS Sport Media Awards, the international prize that chooses the best storytellers across all platforms – By Martin Mazour, AIPS Media.
 
The second season of the AIPS Sport Media Awards allows sports journalists, photographers and video makers to compete for prizes and glory: Who wouldn’t like to be nominated as one of the world’s best sport storytellers?
 
Every journalist has the chance to submit for free, participate and win, based on the decision of the Executive Committee and the Jury. All submitted works must be published between September 18, 2018 and October 7, 2019, thus opening a huge window of big international events that will be comprised in the period of participation.
 
THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THEM:
 
2018 September - October - November - December
 
-Volleyball, FIVB Volleyball men’s World Cup, Italy Bulgaria
-Golf, Ryder Cup
-Handball, European Women’s Championship, France
-Handball, IHF World Men's Handball Championship, Denmark Germany
-Football, Copa Libertadores finals
 
2019 January - February 
 
-Football, U17 Women’s World Cup, Uruguay
-Football, FIFA Club World Cup, UAE
-Hockey, Men’s Hockey World Cup, Belgium
-Swimming, FINA World Swimming Championships, Hangzhou
-Tennis, Australian Open
-Football, Asian Cup, UAE
-Ski, FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, Are, Sweden
-Ski, FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, Tyrol, Austria
 
2019 March - April - May 
 
-Biathlon, IBU World Championships Biathlon, Ostersund, Sweden
-Short Track, ISU World Short Track Speed Skating Championships, Sofia, Bulgaria
-Multi Sport, IBSF World Championships, Whistler, Canada
-Multi Sport, FISU Winter Universiade, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
-Futsal, AMF World Cup, Argentina
-Skating, ISU World Figure Skating Championships. Saitama, Japan
-Ice Hockey, IIHF Women's Ice Hockey World Championships, Espoo, Finland
-Weightlifting, EWF European Weightlifting Championships, Batumi, Georgia
-Wrestling, FILA Wrestling European Championships, Bucarest, Romania
-Table Tennis, World Table Tennis Championships, Budapest, Hungary
-Multi Sport, Special Olympics World Summer Games, Abu Dhabi
-Golf, Masters, Augusta
-Football, UEFA Women’s Champions League final, Budapest
-IndyCar, Indianapolis 500
-F1, Monaco GP
 
IN PROGRESS:
 
-Tennis, Roland Garros, Paris, France, 20 May - 9 June
-Football, U20 World Cup, Poland, 23 May - 15 June
 
TO BE PLAYED IN MAY - JUNE 2019
 
2019 May 
 
-Football, UEFA Europa League final, Baku, Azerbaijan, 29 May
-Cricket, World Cup, England Wales, 30 May - 15 July
 
2019 June - July 
 
-Boxing, Joshua-Ruiz Jr, New York, USA, 1 June
-Football, UEFA Champions League final, Madrid, 1 June
-Multi Sport, II European Games, Minsk, Belarus, 21 June - 30 June
-Fencing, EFC European Fencing Championships, Dusseldorf, Germany 17 June - 22 June
-Football, FIFA Women’s World Cup, France, 7 June - 7 July
-Football, CONMEBOL Copa América, Brazil: 14 June - 7 July
-Football, UEFA U21 Euro, Italy, San Marino, 16 June - 30 June
-Football, CAF African Cup of Nations (CAN), Cameroon, 21 June - 19 July
-Basketball, FIBA EuroBasket Women, Serbia-Latvia, 27 June - 7July
-Swimming, European Youth Swimming Championships, Kazan, Russia, 3 July - 7 July
-Multi Sport, XXX Universiade, Naples, Italy, 3 July - 14 July
-Tennis, Wimbledon Championships, Wimbledon, London, (UK), 1 July- 14 July
-Cycling, UCI Tour de France, France 6 July - 28 July
-Swimming, FINA World Championships - Gwangju, South Korea, 12 July - 28 July
-Multi Sport, Pan American Games, Lima: 26 July - 11 August
 
2019 August - September - October
 
-Diving, LEN European Diving Championships, Kyiv, Ukraine 5 August - 11 August
-Badminton, BWF World Championships, Basel, Switzerland,19 August - 25 August
-Swimming, FINA World Junior Swimming Championships, Budapest, Hungary,
20 August - 25 August
-Canoeing, ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, Szeged, Hungary,
21 August - 25 August
-Basketball, FIBA World Cup, China, 30 August - 22 September
-Judo, IJF World Judo Championships, Tokyo, Japan, 25 August - 1 September
-Volleyball, CEV Women's European Volleyball Championship, Hungary-Poland-Slovakia-Turkey, 23 August - 8 September
-Cycling, UCI Vuelta de Espa?a, Spain, 24 August - 15 September
-Tennis, US Open, New York, USA, 26 August - 8 September
-Modern Pentathlon, UPIM World Modern Pentathlon Championships,
Budapest, Hungary, 2 September - 9 September
-Weightlifting, 2019 World Weightlifting Championships, Pattaya, Thailand,
16 September - 25 September
-Volleyball, CEV Men's European Volleyball Championship, Belgium-France-Netherlands-
Slovenia, 13 September - 29 September
-Cylcing, UCI Road World Championships, Harrogate, UK, 22 September - 29 September
-Athletics, IAAF World Championships, Doha, Qatar, 28 September - 6 October
-Rugby, World Cup, Japan, 20 September - 2 November (only for works published on or before 7 October)
-Gymnastics, World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, Stuttgart,
4 October - 13 October (only for works published on or before 7 October)
 
AND MANY MORE…
 
We are really looking forward to receiving submissions from all these top events. But it’s worth to underline the open and democratic style of the Awards. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been covering one of the mainstream events or just a small, regional tournament. What matters is the quality, the angles and the contents of the stories.
 
In our first edition, we had winners from the FINA World Swimming Championships, but also awarded pictures coming from Germany’s Third Division rugby league or the youth training of gymnasts in China.
 
Are you ready to submit? Then you can do it directly at www.aipsawards.com