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28 de marzo de 2024

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Andres Burgo (Argentina), The cup that Messi lifts in the most iconic photo of the Qatar World Cup is fake – El País

Sebastian Torok (Argentina), Yannick Noah. Acrobatic, artistic, charismatic and winner, the last French male champion of Roland Garros – Diario La Nacion de Argentina

Olaf Brockmann (Austria), The Transcontinental Coach: Juan Carlos Zabala and his forgotten Master – Journal of Olympic History

Devin Heroux (Canada), Marco Arop’s Olympic dream takes shape in the heart of Dixie – CBC

Dustin Patar (Canada), Qimuksiq – Canadian Geographic


Olivier Bossard (France), On a retrouvé Jean-François Hernandez – France Football

Jean-Michel Brochen (France), Bobby Charlton, an immense reign – L’Equipe Le Magazine

Quentin Moynet (France), Les galériens du tennis / Welcome to the jungle – L’Equipe

Alban Traquet (France), A la recherche de Christian Atsu – L’Equipe

Matthias Fiedler (Germany), The survivors – Der Spiegel


Fiifi Anaman (Ghana), Your Legacy Lives On – Medium


Andrew Mcnicol (Hong Kong), This North Korean player stunned the soccer world – then disappeared – CNN

Attila Szalay (Hungary), Down here, football is not just a game, it can save lives – Magyar Nemzet

Sanket Jain (India), How climate change is ending the sporting dreams of India’s young – Telegraph

Manuja Veerappa (India), Stripped of her Asian Games medal and banned from competing, Santhi Soundarajan is now pushing ahead – The Times of India

Mark Gallagher (Ireland), Baby Steps – Irish Daily Mail/Irish Mail on Sunday

Alberto Dolfin (Italy), Ukraine and Russia, frost on the piste but confrontation without masks – Corriere dello Sport

Alessandro Poggi (Italy), Manuel Bortuzzo: Olympic hopeful on overcoming fateful shooting to continue chasing dream as a Para – Olympic Channel

Idris Shehu (Nigeria), Olusosun: Inside Lagos slum where Victor Osimhen was raised – Cable Newspaper

Anders Christiansen (Norway), The war over the Olympics – Verdens Gang

Jose Encarnacion (Puerto Rico), La otra recta final de los caballos en el Hipódromo Camarero – Centro de Periodismo Investigativo

Pavel Lysenkov (Russia), «Dad, I see my dreams. And in them, there is ice, and I am playing hockey». This is how Rodion Amir lived and how he fought death – Match TV

Aissatou Diene (Senegal), Senegal: The mystical gangrenous practice of local football – Challengesports.info

Stefan Kosanović (Serbia), Sports psychologist Sasa Sredanovic falsely presents herself to the public – Seecheck

Manuel Calabuig Garcia (Spain), The race against ALS – Corredor

José Ignacio Pérez Hernández (Spain), The murderous ‘sport’ in Auschwitz: «It was the first step towards extermination» – Marca

Laurent Favre (Switzerland), We found Mark Kangogo, the doping winner of Sierre-Zinal – Le Temps

Christof Gertsch (Switzerland), The Merman – Das Magazin

Mohamed Rami Abdelmoula (Tunisia), In Tunisia: Power and the Public Contend over the Football Field – Assafir Al-Arabi

Natalie Berry (UK), Mountain man: the miraculous life of Reinhold Messner, the world’s most controversial climber – The Independent


Jason Burt (UK), Erling Haaland exclusive interview: It is more shocking to people when I do not score – The Telegraph

Alex Bysouth (UK), Naples: A city on the brink as Napoli close in on first title in 33 years – BBC Sport

Aimee Lewis (UK), Wrexham: An intoxicating tale of Hollywood glamor and sporting romance – CNN

James Montague (UK), A Spanish Team Endures on a Toehold in Africa – The New York Times

Kate Rowan (UK), First she was sectioned, then put in a coma, now Abi Burton is aiming for Paris Olympics – Telegraph Media Group

Jeremy Wilson (UK), The real Bobby and Jack Charlton – by their younger brother Tom – The Telegraph

Suzanne Wrack (UK), Holding gymnastics to account – why one alleged victim of sexual abuse is speaking out – The Guardian

David Gardner (USA), Gunshots shattered her hoop dreams. Now she wants them back. –

YOUNG REPORTERS BROADCASTING

Silvana Strieder
 (Austria), From the Front Line to the Arena: The Story of a World Champion – Kurier

Stanimira Atanasova (Bulgaria), The Other Champions: «A letter to you» – bTV Media Group

Bill Eshun (Ghana), The Jumping Phoenix: High Jumper overcoming boundaries in pursuit of immortality – TV3 Ghana

Mishael Quaynor (Ghana), Christian Atsu: The Childhood – Multimedia Group Limited

Clinton Yeboah (Ghana), Abandoned Nyinahin project: monumental disappointment to youth in sports in Ghana – Multimedia Ghana Limited

Victorine Kaaronda (Namibia), Psychologist involvement in sport is essential – Namibia Broadcasting Corporation

Abdoulaye Gueye (Senegal), L’insertion Des Joueurs au Sénégal- Exemple Du DUC – SoundCloud

Papa Mahmoud Gueye (Senegal), Football, the new Saudi soft power? – Brut Afrique

Cynthia Seda (Solomon Islands), First woman football commentator – SIBC

Alla Vas’kovs’ka (Ukraine), Football for the strong. Ukrainian soldiers with amputations play football – Pershyi Zakhidnyi


YOUNG REPORTERS PHOTOGRAPHY


Florian Schroetter (Austria), Focus – Mag. Thomas Wondrak Unternehmensberatung

Vinicius Do Prado (Brazil), Two Sides of a Penalty – Agência DRAP

Tom Weller (Germany), Balance on balance beam – Instagram

Márton Koncz (Hungary), Serve – Nemzeti Sport

Máté Ladjánszki (Hungary), Finish line – Népszava

Anna Szilágyi (Hungary), Above the sky – EPA Images

Sajad Imanian (Iran), Iconic Defiance: Jenni Hermoso’s Triumph – Getty Images

Matteo Arnoul (Italy), Olga Kharlan exultation – Spiegel Sport

Mattia Ozbot (Italy), Jumping Higher – World Athletics

Giovanni Zenoni (Italy), Clash – Instagram

Joe Allison (New Zealand), The Pride of the Haka – Getty Images

Samet Yalçın (Turkey), Breaking Moment – Ihlas News Agency

Timothy Akolamazima (Uganda), Oringa Serves – The Guardian

Akram Abdullah (Yemen), Passion & spirit in its finest form – Facebook

Mohammed Ahmed (Yemen), Flying player – Facebook

YOUNG REPORTERS WRITING

Salma Niazi (Afghanistan), Salma Niazi: A beacon of resilience and hope for Afghan Women – The Afghan Times

Saeedullah Safi (Afghanistan), The ongoing struggles faced by Afghan sportswomen under Taliban rule – The Afghan Times

Camila Alves (Brazil), Pelé’s hidden story: how the King changed a country’s routine with just one training session – Grupo Globo

Carlos Vinicius Amorim Silva (Brazil), Na era da saúde mental, metade dos clubes do Brasileirão não tem psicólogos no time profissional – North Star Network (Trivela)

Pascal Gillen (Germany), „Du weinst alleine“: Kim Olafsson über den schmerzhaften Abschied vom Profifußball – Tageblatt

Emmanuel Ayamga (Ghana), Ghana’s female footballers open up on mental health – Pulse Ghana

Panagiota Chalkia (Greece), Peanut Tuitele: Three points on abuse and alcohol with a timeout – Metromedia AE

Niharika Raina (India), De-bloat powder, home-cooked food at the centre of Rishabh Pant’s nutrition powered recovery – IANS

Sruthi Ravindranath (India), Health hazards: why cricket is tougher for women in more ways than you might think – ESPNcricinfo

Francesco Gottardi (Italy), Football, where nobody could play before – Il Foglio

Jose Encarnacion (Puerto Rico), La otra recta final de los caballos en el Hipódromo Camarero – Centro de Periodismo Investigativo

Vladislav Netyaev (Russia), Faster, Higher, Grayer. Russia spends millions of rubles to buy elite housing for athletes. – Transparency International — Russia in Exile

Stefan Kosanović (Serbia), Sports psychologist Sasa Sredanovic falsely presents herself to the public – Seecheck

Jack Bantock (UK), For nearly 50 years, only Black men caddied The Masters. One day, they all but vanished – CNN

Chloe Merrell (UK), Uganda’s Mary Cholhok: ‘Netball transformed my life into something amazing’ – The GuardianVIDEO ATHLETE PROFILE

Mariano Amiune (Argentina), Aya: the first female swimmer to represent Gabon at the Olympics | Playing Fields – Olympic Channel

Terni Castro Veríssimo (Brazil), Vanderlei: Pernas, Cabeça e Coração (Vanderlei: Legs, Mind and Heart) – Brazilian Olympic Committee

Esteban Vargas (Colombia), The Chester dream – Caracol Television

Pierre Rateau (France), Until the last round – TV Tours

Laura Trust (Germany), Burnout einer Leistungssportlerin – ARD 

Dávid Szabó (Hungary), Gyula Rákosi – 70 years for Fradi – FradiMedia

Shail Desai (India), Kabir Rachure: The Mile Cruncher – DW.com

Mahardhika Utama (Indonesia), Olympic Golden Bride – CNN Indonesia

Monica Matano (Italy), Ritorno da Varenne – Rai

Mark Crysell (New Zealand), Knocked On – Television New Zealand

Tania Page (New Zealand), Mea Motu – TVNZ

Christian Pérez Acosta (Paraguay), La historia de Fredy Vera: «Había días que no desayunaba o no almorzaba o no cenaba» – Diario La Nación – Versus Paraguay

Andreia Figueiroa (Portugal), Against the tide – Sport TV

David Castro (Spain), Laia Sanz: Quien tiene la voluntad, tiene la fuerza – PLAYTheUNIT – Amazon Prime Video

Irene Ruiz (Spain), Resiliencia Kiskapusi – YouTube

Daniel Grefve (Sweden), Personen bakom «Domarjävlen» (The person behind the «F***ing referee») – SVT 

Joseph Battaglia (USA), Bob Beamon: The Legacy Beyond The Leap – FloSports

William Moss (USA), Untitled: The Noah Lyles Project – NBC

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